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Polar bears don·t live in hot places. They live in the North Pole.

Do they eat fruit and vegetables? No, they don·t. They eat fish. don·t.

Olivia likes red roses. She spends a lot of time in her garden. Does she work in the garden every day? Yes, she does. does.

The present simple is used for: repeated actions or daily routines usually with time expressions such as: every day, every week, every Monday day, week,

She usually plays tennis at the weekend.

The present simple is used for: permenant states

He works in an office.

He is a businessman. He lives in New York. (perme (permenant state)

The present simple is used for: general truths or laws of nature

The sun sets in the west.

The moon moves around the earth. (law of nature)

positive I play basketball every Saturday. You play basketball every Saturday. He play s basketball every Saturday. She play s basketball every Saturday. play s basketball every Saturday. It We play basketball every Saturday. You play basketball every Saturday. They play basketball every Saturday.

negative I don·t wash the car every day. You don·t wash the car every day. He doesn·t wash She doesn·t wash It doesn·t wash We don·t wash You don·t wash They don·t wash the car every day. the car every day. the car every day. the car every day. the car every day. the car every day.

question Do I go to the cinema? Do you go to the cinema? Does he go to the cinema? Does she go to the cinema? Does it go to the cinema? Do we go to the cinema? Do you go to the cinema? Do they go to the cinema?

wake up

get up

tidy

visit

He plays basketball every Saturday.

He goes to the cinema every Sunday.

He visits his grandfather every Monday.

Tuesday

He tidies his room every Tuesday.