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I Present simple
I The form of the verb is the same except for he/she/it. For
do. don't. does.
I I Affinnative I I ~I
, HejShejIt ~ YoujJ7ejTI!ey
I l in New York.
-~- doesn't. --do. don't.
What, where, when, w/w, why and /WW are question words. Put them at the beginning of the questiono How are you? Where are you [rom? What is his name? Who does she work with? Why do you like your job?
present simple verbs with she/he/it verbs: add -s. work - works eat - eats like - likes I play - plays I For verbs ending in consonant + y: -y .....• -ies. I study - studies ; For verbs ending in -ch; -sh; -o: add -es. do - does wateh - watehes
I For most
And and bui are conjunctions. Use them to link words, phrases or clauses. And gives more information. I have a computer and I use it. Bui shows a contrast. We have a fax maehine, but we don't use it.
I Have is an
II I HejShejIt
~~have :: has _.-...J I: have
a computer. :
I Negative II I HejShejIt l YoujWejThey
Adverbs of frequency
Make the negative with don't + infinitive or doesn't (for I she/he/it) + infinitive.
n don't::J _J
I after the
For questions, put do/does before the subject and the infiniti ve subject.
Il li he/she/it
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these questions with short answers. Yes, I do. Does he have a big family? No, he doesn't.
Use adverbs of frequency to say how often we do something. They always go to bed late at night. Adverbs of frequency go before the main verbo They sometim.es drink a cup of coffee. Adverbs of frequency go after the verb to be. Momings are often very difficult. To ask about frequency, use How often ... ? How often do you go to bed late? We can also use expressions of frequency to talk about how often we do things. every once a day, iueek, month twice a three times a These usually go at the end of a sentence. I eat fish once a week.