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NAME: Tehina Sarai Graniel Kantun

GRADE: 1
GROUP: D
SUBJECT: ingles
TEACHER: Cindy Santos Ramayo
SCHOOL: Rubén H. Rodríguez Moguel

ADA 1- THE SIMPLE PRESENT


Affirmative sentences-
 To be
When writing affirmative sentences for subject I, AM is added, for the subjects YOU, are
added, for the subjects HE, SHE, IT, is added, and for the subjects WE, THEY, are added.
EXAMPLE:
I AM DANCER / HE IS DANCER / WE ARE DANCING / YOU ARE DANCER

subject subject
subject
verb subject verb
verb verb
 Have
for the subjects I, YOU, WE, THEY, the verb normal have used
for the subjects HE, SHE, IT, the verb has been used.
EXAMPLE:
I HAVE MONEY / SHE HAS MONEY

Subject
verb verb
Subject
 Add an “s” to the verb
EXAMPLE:
SHE DANCES IN THE MOVIE

subject verb
 Verbs that end with ch, sh, s, x, z, add “es”
EXAMPLE:
HE TEACHES HISTORY

Subject verb
 Verbs that end with consonant “y” change the “y” for “i” and add
“es”
EXAMPLE:
HE CRIES MUCH

Subject verb
Negative sentences-
 To be
for the I, it is used as a denial, not
for the subjects YOU, WE, THEY, is used, aren’t
and finally the subjects HE, SHE, IT use as denial, isn’t
EXAMPLE:
I’M NOT SWEET / THEY AREN’T SWEET / IT ISN’T SWEET

subject verb verb subject


Subject verb
 Have
so that the subject's sentence I, YOU, WE, THEY is understood negative,
the auxiliary is needed, don’t , followed by the verb have
for the subjects HE, SHE, IT is understood as negative, the auxiliary is
needed, doesn’t, followed by the verb have.
EXAMPLE:
I DON’T HAVE FAMILY / SHE DOESN’T HAVE FAMILY

Subject auxiliary subject auxiliary


 Use the auxiliary doesn’t before the verb
EXAMPLE:
MY SISTER DOESN’T LIKE TO PLAY TO ME

Subject verb
auxiliary
Interrogative- yes, no
 when the simple present question meets the subjects I, YOU, WE, THEY,
will use the auxiliary, do.
 when the simple present question has the subjects HE, SHE, IT, it will use
the auxiliary, does.
EXAMPLE:

¿DO YOU HAVE A HOUSE? / ¿DOES HE HAVE A HOUSE?

Auxiliary auxiliary
subject subject