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Lec 8

  1. 1. AGREE or DISAGREE? A. I loves you. B. I love you. A. You loves me. B. You love me. A. She love you. B. She loves you. A. They love you. B. They loves you.
  2. 2. AGREE or DISAGREE? A. Nobody love you. B. Nobody loves you. A. Everybody love you. B. Everybody loves you.
  3. 3. AGREE or DISAGREE? A. I don’t love you. B. I don’t loves you. C. I doesn’t love you. D. I doesn’t loves you. A. You don’t loves me. B. You don’t love me C. You doesn’t love me. D. You doesn’t loves me. *YOU is always PLURAL
  4. 4. AGREE or DISAGREE? A. She don’t love me. B. She don’t loves me. C. She doesn’t love me. D. She doesn’t loves me. A. Everybody don’t love me. B. Everybody don’t loves me C. Everybody doesn’t love me. D. Everybody doesn’t loves me.
  5. 5. AGREE or DISAGREE? A. Yesterday, I have my lunch. B. Yesterday, I haved my lunch. C. Yesterday, I has my lunch. D. Yesterday, I had my lunch. *All subjects (sing/plural) shall use the same Past Tense form
  6. 6. AGREE or DISAGREE? A. B. C. D. E. F. Yesterday, I don’t have my lunch. Yesterday, I don’t had my lunch. Yesterday, I doesn’t have my lunch. Yesterday, I doesn’t had my lunch. Yesterday, I didn’t have my lunch. Yesterday, I didn’t has my lunch.
  7. 7. AGREE or DISAGREE A. B. C. D. E. F. G. H. I. Yesterday, Ali doesn’t have his lunch. Yesterday, Ali doesn’t had his lunch. Yesterday, Ali doesn’t has his lunch. Yesterday, Ali don’t have his lunch. Yesterday, Ali don’t had his lunch. Yesterday, Ali don’t has his lunch. Yesterday, Ali didn’t have his lunch. Yesterday, Ali didn’t has his lunch. Yesterday, Ali didn’t had his lunch.
  8. 8. Negation should be followed by verb in neutral form. (root word) Does not eat Do not eat Did not eat Does not eats Did not ate Did not eats
  9. 9. SUBJECT AND VERB MUST AGREE WITH EACH OTHER!
  10. 10. Explanation Yesterday, Ali didn’t have his lunch. Yesterday = Past Tense Negation = did not Verb = root word = have
  11. 11. TRY AGAIN!
  12. 12. NEXT TRY?
  13. 13. NEED ANOTHER TRY?
  14. 14. NOT THIS ONE!
  15. 15. • Q: What is always coming but never arrives?

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