Simple present

Do and Does

Simple present

Something that is a routine, and you do it every day, every week, every month, every year, etc.

Positive

+ I read a book every day.

+ You listen to music every morning.

+ She works hard every day.

+ He watches TV every other day.

+ I read a book every day.

+ You listen to music every morning.

+ She works hard every day.

+ He watches TV every other day.

Negative form

_ It doesn’t have a name.

_ We don’t live in Ohio.

_ You don’t watch TV a lot.

_ They don’t play baseball every week.

_ I don’t read a book every morning.

_ You don’t listen to music every day.

_ She doesn’t sing a song every month.

_ He doesn’t help his mom every day.

Question form

Does it like milk? No, it doesn’t.

Do we know the truth? Yes, we do.

Do you have a brother? No, I don’t.

Do they enjoy their lives? Yes, they do.

Do I seem nice? Yes, you do.

Do you work every day? No, I don’t.

Does she play golf well? Yes, she does.

Does he sing beautifully? Yes, he does.

Have and has

It has a long tail.

We have lots of books.

You have nice friends.

They have fresh fruit.

I have a nice coat.

You have a brother.

He has an ice cream.

She has a doll.

Notes

1- After S, Ch, and Sh, we have es.

Pass: passes       Finish: finishes                     Watch: watches

2- Y at the end of the verbs changes to I if before it we have a consonant.

Study: studies             try: tries

BUT: Stay: stays               play: plays

Exceptions       go: goes         do: does

BUT: Photo: photos

Exercises for next session

Change these sentences to negative and question forms and answer them

1- I play the piano very well.

2- He goes to the cinema every week.

3- They know my phone number.

4- We work very hard.

5- The dog has a bath every other day.

6- You travel by train every year.

enemad-logo
0
YOUR CART
  • No products in the cart.