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  • 1. How to use DO, DOES, and DID?
  • 2. Choose the statement that you usually use in class. Choose the letter of your answer.
  • 3. To confirm the clarity of the lesson: A. Did you understood? B. Did you understand? C. Does you understand?
  • 4. To check if they did their assignment: 1. Did you do your homework? 2. Did you did your homework? 3. Did you does your homework?
  • 5. A form of reminder: • Did you answer all the questions? • Do you answered all the questions? • Does you answers all the questions?
  • 6. When to use DO, DOES, and DID? Verb Subject Do Singular Does Plural Did Past Tense Does not consider the number of the subject
  • 7. Let’s Practice: (Do, Does, or Did) 1. Sonia _____ not paint often. 2. My friends also ____ household chores. 3. _____ your family go to the beach last summer? 4. _____ you like watching movies? 5. _____ your mother attend the meeting yesterday?
  • 8. What if there is another verb in the sentence?
  • 9. Sentence Recap: 1. Did your family go to the beach last summer? 2. Do you like watching movies? 3. Does your mother attend the meeting yesterday?
  • 10. What is the formula? DO, DOES, or DID + base form of the verb Which of the following is in base form? Smile Smiles Smiled Am, Is, or Are Smiling
  • 11. Let’s Practice: 1. Do you (has, have, had, having) chalk allergy? 2. Does your sibling (help, helps, helped, helping) you in school? 3. Did your family (join, joins, joined, joining) the Fun Run? 4. I don’t always (agree, agrees, agreed, agreeing) with the views of other people. 5. Shiela does not easily (believe, believes, believed, believing) theories.
  • 12. Let’s look at the previous statements.
  • 13. To confirm the clarity of the lesson: 1. Did you understood? 2. Did you understand? 3. Does you understand?
  • 14. To check their assignment: • Did you do your homework? • Did you does your homework? • Did you did your homework?
  • 15. A form of reminder: • Did you answer all the questions? • Do you answered all the questions? • Does you answers all the questions?
  • 16. Finding Errors • Does the verb agrees with the subject? • Does you use the correct formula in getting your answer? • Did you followed the procedures of the scientific method? • Aside from Rizal, which of the following does you consider a national hero? • How did the painter showed his emotion?