HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES OF HABITUAL ACTIVITIES. CHOOSE 5 AND WRITE SENTENCES ABOUT THINGS YOU DO EVERYDAY.
| |2. [pic]COOK |
|1. [pic]WASH THE CAR ||
|3. [pic]EAT | |
| |4. [pic]HAVE A BATH |
| |6. [pic]GO TO BED|
|5. [pic]GO SHOPPING | |
|7. [pic]HAVE A SHOWER |8. [pic]DO THE WASHING UP |
| | |
||10. [pic]DO MY HOMEWORK |
|9. [pic]GO HOME | |
1. I _______________________________________________
Simple Present FORM
[VERB] + s/es in third person
• You speak English.
• Do you speak English?
• You do not speak English.
Complete List of Simple Present Forms
USE 1 Repeated Action
Use the Simple Present to express theidea that an action is repeated or usual. The action can be a habit, a hobby, a daily event, a scheduled event or something that often happens. It can also be something a person often forgets or usually does not do.
• I play tennis.
• She does not play tennis.
• Does he play tennis?
• The train leaves every morning at 8 AM.
• The train does not leave at 9 AM.• When does the train usually leave?
• She always forgets her purse.
• He never forgets his wallet.
• Every twelve months, the Earth circles the Sun.
• Does the Sun circle the Earth?
I work in a big office with twenty other people. We (spend) [pic][pic]all the day together. I (like) [pic][pic]most of them except for Neil.
Every day he (spend) [pic][pic]one hourtalking about his holidays. Last year, he (go) [pic][pic]to Germany.
He (spend) [pic][pic]a month there, and he (visit) [pic][pic]many places. He (rent) [pic][pic]a car and he (drive) [pic][pic]across the country. Now he (want) [pic][pic]to go to some other country.
At 12.30 I usually (go) go out for lunch with Helen, the secretary. She (work) works from 8am to 8pm. Last week, she (stay) stay until9pm to finish her work. Today, she (have) [pic][pic]a lot of things to do but she (want) [pic][pic]to stay late again.
The structure of the negative structure is formed by adding the auxiliaries do or does plus the negation not
Do + not —> don’t
Does + not —> doesn’t
These auxiliaries are used TO HELP you. When you use the auxiliary the verb is always in its simple.Remember:
In positive we had 2 conjugations for every verb (not to be)
- play/plays , work/works, study/studies, watch/watches, etc…
The conjugation is simple: HE / SHE / IT —- with the “s” form and I / WE / YOU / THEY —- simple form
My brother works for IBM.
My parents live in Paris.
IN THE NEGATIVE FORM THE AUXILIARY CHANGES FORM AND NOT THE VERB.
He / she / it + doesn’t + verb...