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  • 1.  
  • 2. <ul><li>We use the Present Simple to talk about: </li></ul>-> habits and routines -> general facts Tigers eat meat. Patricia goes to school on foot. Note: We use with: Adverbs of frequency: Always usually often sometimes never Or Time expressions: Every day/ week/ once twice three times a day / week / month / year
  • 3. They play games after school. She read s books in the afternoon. 3rd person plural 3rd person singular
  • 4. She read s books. Subject + ( verb + s ) + objects They play games. Subject + (verb ) + objects 3rd person plural 3rd person singular
  • 5. I play computer in the evening . You play computer in the evening . He/She/It play s computer in the evening. We play computer in the evening. You play computer in the evening. They play computer in the evening. She play s computer in the evening. Subject + ( verb +s ) + objects
  • 6.  verbs ending in vowel –e we add -S  verbs ending in consonant we add -S She wake s up at seven o´clock.
  • 7.  verbs ending in –o, -ch, -sh, -x, –ss or z we add -ES
  • 8.  verbs ending in consonant + y We change the y into I and we add -ES  verbs ending in vowel and –y we add -S
  • 9. 1-Write sentences. Use the given information: Mark goes to school at quarter to eight. Tom studies English at nine o´clock. John does his homework at six o´clock. James goes to bed at ten o´clock. <ul><li>Mark/ </li></ul><ul><li>go to school/ </li></ul><ul><li>7h45m </li></ul>1 2 3 4 5 6 12 11 10 9 8 7 b) Tom/ study/ English/ 9h c) John/ do/ homework/ 6 o´clock 1 2 3 4 5 6 12 11 10 9 8 7 d) James/ go to bed/ 10 o´clock 1 2 3 4 5 6 12 11 10 9 8 7
  • 10. I don’t go home by bus. You don’t go home by bus. He/She/It doesn’t go home by bus. We don’t go home by bus. You don’t go home by bus. They don’t go home by bus. She doesn’t go home by bus. Subject + auxiliary + main verb +objects verb to do infinitive negative form
  • 11. 2-Write sentences according to the pictures: Mark doesn’t have a shower at half past seven in the morning. He has a shower at quarter to eight. Mark doesn’t go to bed at nine o´clock. He goes to bed at half past nine. Mark doesn’t start school at half past eight in the morning. He starts school at eight o´clock. Mark doesn’t finish school at four o´clock. He finishes school at quarter to five. Have a shower 7h30m a.m 7h45m Go to bed 9h p.m. 9h 30 p.m. c) Start school 8h30m a.m 8h d) Finish school 4h p.m 4h45m
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  • 13. Do I finish school at four o´clock ? Do you finish school at four o´clock ? Does he finish school at four o´clock? Does she finish school at four o´clock? Does it finish school at four o´clock? Do we finish school at four o´clock? Do you finish school at four o´clock? Do they finish school at four o´clock? Does Mark finish school at four o´clock? auxiliary + Subject + ( main verb ) + objects verbto be Interrogative form Yes, I do. Yes, you do. Yes, he does. Yes, she does. Yes,it does. Yes,we do. Yes,you do. Yes, they do. . No, I don´t. No, you don’t. No, he doesn’t. No, she doesn’t. No,it doesn’t. No,we don’t. No,you don’t. No, they don’t . No, he doesn´t.

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