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    • SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE
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    • Simple present verbs: (verb 1)
      • send
      • write
      • watch
      • listen
      • phone
      • meet
      • love
      • spend
      give
      talk
      go
      have
      work
      use
      read
      chat
    • Examples of affirmative sentences (+):
      read
      newspaper
      in the morning
      I
      sees
      his friends
      at the weekends
      Robin
    • Examples of affirmative sentences (+):
      spends
      a lot of time
      playing games
      Simon
      live
      near the school
      Anna and Maria
    • FORM of affirmative (+) sentences
      Subjects + V 1 + Objects/complements.
      I
      You
      They
      we
      V 1
      I
      read
    • FORM of affirmative (+) sentences
      Subjects + V 1 (s/es) + Objects/complements.
      He
      She
      It
      V 1 (s/es)
      He
      reads
    • Examples of Negative sentences (-):
      don’t
      computers
      use
      They
      at school
      live
      don’t
      Jack and I
      near the school
    • Examples of Negative sentences (-):
      doesn’t
      computers
      have
      He
      at home
      like
      doesn’t
      Jane
      grapes and mangoes
    • FORM of negative (-) sentences
      Subjects + do not (don’t) + V 1 + Objects/complements.
      I
      You
      They
      we
      V 1
      don’t
      I
      don’t
      write
    • FORM of negative (-) sentences
      Subjects + does not (doesn’t) + V 1 + Objects/complements.
      He
      She
      It
      V 1
      doesn’t
      He
      doesn’t
      write
    • Examples of yes/no question sentences (?):
      they
      Do
      computers
      at school
      use
      ?
      you and Jack
      live
      near the school
      Do
      ?
    • Examples of yes/no question sentences (?):
      he
      Does
      computers
      at school
      use
      ?
      she
      live
      near the school
      Does
      ?
    • FORM of yes/no question (?) sentences
      Do + Subjects + V 1 + Objects/complements.
      I
      You
      They
      we
      Do
      V 1
      you
      Do
      write
    • FORM of yes/no question (?) sentences
      Does + Subjects + V 1 + Objects/complements.
      He
      She
      It
      V 1
      Does
      he
      Does
      write
    • Examples of wh-question sentences (?):
      do
      When
      the internet
      use
      ?
      they
      ?
      When
      does
      he
      use
      the internet
    • FORM of wh-question sentences (?):
      What
      Where
      When
      Who
      Why
      How
      V 1
      Do/does
      subjects
      they
      do
      When
      the internet
      use
      ?
    • Let’s practice !