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  • Go foward
  • YESTERDAY Past time Go back Tomorrow Future time TODAY Present time
    • Affirmative
    • Negative
    • Interrogative
    Go back Past
    • Affirmative
    Go back
    • Negative
    • Interrogative
    Present
    • Affirmative
    • Negative
    • Interrogative
    Future Go back
  • Present time Affirmative
    • Definition: We use the Present Simple to express the idea 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.
    • The shops open at 9 o’clock
    • Tim works very hard
    • We do a lot of different things in our free time
    Go foward Go back Title Page
  • Rules: I. Third person singular always carries “s” at the end of the verb 3rd Person singular She He It
    • Examples:
    • Lidia lives in London
    • He works in a factory
    • It rains a lot in winter
    Go Foward Go Back Title Page
  • II. The verb “have” He She It Has I We You They Have
    • Examples:
    • John has a shower every day
    • We have 2 houses in this town
    • She has bue eyes
    Go Foward Go Back Title Page
    • III . The present simple is used with these adverb of frequency; always/never/often/sometimes/usually
    • Examples:
    • Sue always arrives at works early (NOT Sue arrives always)
    • I usually go to work by car but I sometimes walk ( NOT I go usually)
    Go Back Let’s do the exercises Title Page
  • Exercises
    • She __________ home early
    • Always Arrives Arrives Always Always arrive
    • 2. Shoes are expensive.They___a lot of money.
    • costs cost costss
    • 3. I _______football and tennis
    • like likes loke
    Go Back I. Chose the correct answer. Title Page
  • vo Go Back I’m sorry That’s wrong
  • Go Back You’re right That’s OK!!!
  • Present Time Negative Go Foward Go Back
    • Definition: The Present simple in negative form is used with “Do / Does + Not” before the main verb.
    • He does not eat his lunch
    • Tim does not work very hard
    • We do not do our homework.
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  • Rules of Simple Present Negative form II. When do we use do instead of does? He You She Does We Do It They I
    • Subject + do/does + not + Verb in present + complement
    • Peter + Does not + play + tennis
    • The verb in 3rd person does NOT carry the “s” at the end when it is in negative form.
    Go Back ´ Title Page
  • Present Simple Interrogative Form
    • Definition: The Present Simple Interrogative Form we should:
    • Use the auxiliaries Do/ Does.
    • Add the Questions mark (?) at the end of the sentence.
    • Paul speaks very English very well
    • Does Paul speak very well?
    Does/Do + subject + Verb in present + complement + ? Go Foward Go Back ´ Title Page
  • Let’ s do the exercises Go Foward Go Back ´ Title Page
  • Exercises I. Change the following sentences into questions form:
    • Mary buys an apple every Monday
    • Jeny and Pilar play football very well
    • His dog gets up early today
    • I work in a bank
    • He likes rock music
    Go Back ´ Title Page Answers
    • Answers
    • Does Mary buy an apple every Monday?
    • Do Jenny and Pilar play football very well?
    • Does his dog get up early today?
    • Do you work in a bank?
    • Does he like rock music?
    Go Back
  • PAST TIME POSITIVE FORM ´ Title Page
    • Definition: We u se the Simple Past to express the idea that an action started and finished at a specific time in the past. Sometimes, the speaker may not actually mention the specific time, but they do have one specific time in mind.
    • Tom went to the cinema yesterday
    • Tim worked in a bank from 1991 to 1998
    • We watched television yesterday evening
    • Let’s see a list of some verbs and their past time
    Go Foward Subject + verb in past + complement
  • List of Past Vebs Learn them! Go Foward Go Back ´ Title Page Present Past Present Past Buy Bought Fly Flew Think Thought Read Read Eat Ate Take Took Speak Spoke Say Said Know Knew Make Made
  • Past Time Negative Form
    • Definition: The Past Simple Negative Form is formed with the auxiliary “Did” + not and the verb stays in the Present Simple.
    • Patty did not go to the country
    • She did not have enough time for studying
    • Sam did not do his homework
    Go Foward Go Back ´ Title Page Subject + did + not + present verb + complement
  • PAST TIME INTERROGATIVE FORM ´ Title Page
    • Definition: In the Past Simple Interrogative Form we should:
    • Use los auxiliaries “Did” (past of Do/Does)
    • Add the Questions mark (?) at the end of the sentence.
    Did + subject + Verb in present + complement + ? Go Back
  • AFFIRMAIVE FORM FUTURE TIME ´ Title Page
    • Definition: Simple Future has two different forms in English: "will" and "be going to." Although the two forms can sometimes be used interchangeably, they often express two very different meanings. Both "will" and "be going to" refer to a specific time in the future.
    • She will be at 7 o’clock tomorrow
    • I think Diana will pass the exam
    • I will be there the next week
    Go Foward Subject + will + Verb in present + complement
  • NEGATIVE FORM FUTURE TIME ´ Title Page
    • Definition: The future simple in negative form is formed with the auxiliary “Will” + not, and the verb that follows in the Present Simple .
    • I will not there tomorrow
    • Carmen will not be in her office tomorrow
    • I will not go to Paris the next year
    Subject + will + not + Verb in present + complement Go Foward Go Back
  • INTERROGTIVE FORM FUTURE TIME
    • Definition: In the Future simple interrogative form we should:
    • Use the auxiliaries “Will”
    • Add the Questions mark (?) at the end of the sentences.
    • Will you arrive early tomorrow?
    Will + subject + Verb in present + complement + ? Go Foward Go Back ´ Title Page
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  • I’m sorry you are Wrong Try again!!!!! Go Back