verb to like
I You He She It We You They like like likes likes likes like like like
I don’t like You don’t like He doesn’t like She doesn’tlike It doesn’t like We don’t like You don’t like They don’t like
Do Do Does Does Does Do Do Do I you he she it we you they like? like? like? like? like? like? like? like?
1. Weadd –s or –es in the 3rd person singular. E.g. He likes. / He doesn’t like. 2. In the interrogative form we use the auxiliary verb to do. I you we they he she it I you we they he she it I you we theyhe she it
do. No, does.
E.g. Do you like oranges? / Does she like cakes? 3. In the negative form we use the auxiliary verb to do and thenegative not. I You We They He She It
do not (don’t) like. does not (doesn’t)
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A. Look at the table and build up sentencesaccording to the model.
Linda likes chocolates. Susie doesn’t like vegetables.
1. Linda 2. Susie 3. Peter and Michael 4. Jane 5. George 6. Sally and Lucy 7. Ralph 8. Ronald and Grace 9. Carolchocolates vegetables school Maths video games opera action movies football romances
3. ______________________________________ 4. ______________________________________ 5.______________________________________ 6. ______________________________________ 7. ______________________________________ 8. ______________________________________ 9. ______________________________________
B. Look at the table.1. Peter 2. Laura 3. Kevin 4. Carol 5. Tom and Jonathan 6. We 7. Pam and Sue 8. Walter 9. Jack and I 10. Maggie
orange juice cake steak coffee fish fruit yoghurt chicken water cookies
cokebiscuits hamburgers tea meat ice-cream fruit hot-dogs milk cake
tea lollipops pizza coke soup chocolates doughnuts meat coffee pudding
Build up sentences according to the model.
1. Peter likes...