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They are late. | They are not late.Negation: subject + form of 'be' + not
'be' is not used with an auxiliary in negations and questions. | Are they late?Question: form of 'be' + subject
'be' is not used with an auxiliary in negations and questions. |
He travels a lot.Positive: subject + main verb
For he, she and it, add 's' to the main verb | He does nottravel a lot. | Does he travel a lot?Question: auxiliary verb + subject + main verb[be]For he, she and it, add 's' to the first verb in the sentence (auxiliary verb). |
I smoke.Positive: subject + main verb | I do not smoke.Negation: subject + auxiliary verb + not + main verb | Do I smoke? |
She is busy.Positive: subject + form of 'be' | She is not busy. | Is she busy?Question: form of'be' + subject
'be' is not used with an auxiliary in negations and questions. |
He has time. | He does not have time.Negation: subject + auxiliary verb + not + main verb
For 'have' there are two possibilities: He does not have ... or He has not got ... | Does he have time?Question: auxiliary verb + subject + main verb
For 'have' there are two possibilities: Does he have ...? or Has he got...? |
Write sentences in Simple Present.
1. I am fluent in English.I + be = I am
2. Judy Garner works in purchasing.For he, she, it or a singular noun, add 's' to the verb
3. She is from Australia.she + be = she is
4. Our company supplies technical products.
5. We do not work on Saturdays.In negations we usually need the auxiliary verb 'do'.
6. They do not sellcomputers.In negations we usually need the auxiliary verb 'do'.
7. Mr Martin does not speak English.In negations we usually need the auxiliary verb 'do'.
For he, she, it or a singular noun, add 's' to the verb; if the final letter is 'o', however, add 'es'.
8. What do you do?In questions we usually need the auxiliary verb 'do'.
9. What languages does he speak?In questions we usually needthe auxiliary verb 'do'.
For he, she, it or a singular noun, add 's' to the verb; if the final letter is 'o', however, add 'es'.
10. Who knows the address?In subject questions, don't use the auxiliary verb 'do'.
'who' is treated like a singular noun, so add 's' to the verb.
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I | I `m hungry. | I`m nothungry.I + am + not | Am I hungry?Am + I |
you | You are Sam. | You are not Sam.You + are + not | Are you Sam?Are + you |
he | He is here.He + is | He is not here. | Is he here?Is + he |
she | She is loud.She + is | She is not loud.She + is + not | Is she loud? |
it | It is okay. | It is not okay.It + is + not | Is it okay?Is + it |
we | We are fine.We + are | We are not fine.We + are + not| Are we fine? |
you | You are friendly.You + are | You are not friendly. | Are you friendly?Are + you |
they | They are happy.They + are | They are not happy.They + are + not | Are they happy? |

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I | I have got a dog. | I have not got a dog.I + have + not + got | Have I got a dog?Have + I + got |
you | You have got a bike. | You have notgot a bike.You + have + not + got | Have you got a bike?Have + you + got |
he | He has got a beard. | He has not got a beard. | Has he got a beard?Has he got |
she | She has got a sister.She + has got | She has not got a sister.She + has + not + got | Has she got a sister? |
it | It has got a window. | It has not got a window. | Has it got a window?Has + it + got |
we | We have gota car.We + have got | We have not got a car.We + have + not + got | Have we got a car? |
you | You have got time.You + have got | You have not got time. | Have you got time?Have + you + got |
they | They have got money.They + have got | They have not got money.They + have + not + got | Have they got money? |

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I | I have a dog. | I do not...
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