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simple present (NOT present simple) on U.S. university websites = 11,300 hits
present simple (NOT simple present) on U.S. university websites = 25,800 hits
While Google hits are by no means definitive, I think these figures (from both popular and academic sources) give enough support to keep the page where it is. —Zach425talk/contribs 05:07, 12 September 2009 (UTC)
If you look at a grammar, for example "A practical English grammar", ISBN: 978-0-19-431342-1, the tern simple present is used.--Île_flottante~Floating islandTalk 13:56, 12 September 2009 (UTC)