SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE<br />http://hermiyanto.multiply.com<br />Email: hermiyanto_i@yahoo.co.id<br />
Simple present verbs: (verb 1)<br /><ul><li>send
write
watch
listen
phone
meet
love
spend</li></ul>give<br />talk<br />go<br />have<br />work<br />use<br />read<br />chat<br />
Examples of affirmative sentences (+): <br />read<br />newspaper<br />in the morning<br />I<br />sees<br />his friends<br ...
Examples of affirmative sentences (+): <br />spends<br />a lot of time<br />playing games  <br />Simon<br />live<br />near...
FORM of affirmative (+) sentences <br />Subjects + V 1 + Objects/complements.<br />I<br />You<br />They<br />we<br />V 1<b...
FORM of affirmative (+) sentences <br />Subjects + V 1 (s/es) + Objects/complements.<br />He<br />She<br />It<br />V 1 (s/...
Examples of Negative sentences (-): <br />don’t<br />computers<br />use<br />They<br />at school<br />live<br />don’t<br /...
Examples of Negative sentences (-): <br />doesn’t<br />computers<br />have<br />He<br />at home<br />like<br />doesn’t<br ...
FORM of negative (-) sentences <br />Subjects + do not (don’t) + V 1 + Objects/complements.<br />I<br />You<br />They<br /...
FORM of negative (-) sentences <br />Subjects + does not  (doesn’t) + V 1 + Objects/complements.<br />He<br />She<br />It<...
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  1. 1. SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE<br />http://hermiyanto.multiply.com<br />Email: hermiyanto_i@yahoo.co.id<br />
  2. 2. Simple present verbs: (verb 1)<br /><ul><li>send
  3. 3. write
  4. 4. watch
  5. 5. listen
  6. 6. phone
  7. 7. meet
  8. 8. love
  9. 9. spend</li></ul>give<br />talk<br />go<br />have<br />work<br />use<br />read<br />chat<br />
  10. 10. Examples of affirmative sentences (+): <br />read<br />newspaper<br />in the morning<br />I<br />sees<br />his friends<br />at the weekends<br />Robin<br />
  11. 11. Examples of affirmative sentences (+): <br />spends<br />a lot of time<br />playing games <br />Simon<br />live<br />near the school<br />Anna and Maria<br />
  12. 12. FORM of affirmative (+) sentences <br />Subjects + V 1 + Objects/complements.<br />I<br />You<br />They<br />we<br />V 1<br />I<br />read<br />
  13. 13. FORM of affirmative (+) sentences <br />Subjects + V 1 (s/es) + Objects/complements.<br />He<br />She<br />It<br />V 1 (s/es)<br />He<br />reads<br />
  14. 14. Examples of Negative sentences (-): <br />don’t<br />computers<br />use<br />They<br />at school<br />live<br />don’t<br />Jack and I<br />near the school<br />
  15. 15. Examples of Negative sentences (-): <br />doesn’t<br />computers<br />have<br />He<br />at home<br />like<br />doesn’t<br />Jane<br />grapes and mangoes<br />
  16. 16. FORM of negative (-) sentences <br />Subjects + do not (don’t) + V 1 + Objects/complements.<br />I<br />You<br />They<br />we<br />V 1<br />don’t<br />I<br />don’t<br />write<br />
  17. 17. FORM of negative (-) sentences <br />Subjects + does not (doesn’t) + V 1 + Objects/complements.<br />He<br />She<br />It<br />V 1<br />doesn’t<br />He<br />doesn’t<br />write<br />
  18. 18. Examples of yes/no question sentences (?): <br />they<br />Do<br />computers<br />at school <br />use<br />?<br />you and Jack<br />live<br />near the school<br />Do<br />?<br />
  19. 19. Examples of yes/no question sentences (?): <br />he<br />Does<br />computers<br />at school <br />use<br />?<br />she<br />live<br />near the school<br />Does<br />?<br />
  20. 20. FORM of yes/no question (?) sentences <br /> Do + Subjects + V 1 + Objects/complements.<br />I<br />You<br />They<br />we<br />Do<br />V 1<br />you<br />Do<br />write<br />
  21. 21. FORM of yes/no question (?) sentences <br />Does + Subjects + V 1 + Objects/complements.<br />He<br />She<br />It<br />V 1<br />Does<br />he<br />Does<br />write<br />
  22. 22. Examples of wh-question sentences (?): <br />do<br />When<br />the internet<br />use<br />?<br />they<br />?<br />When<br />does<br />he<br />use<br />the internet<br />
  23. 23. FORM of wh-question sentences (?): <br />What<br />Where<br />When<br />Who<br />Why<br />How<br />V 1<br />Do/does<br />subjects<br />they<br />do<br />When<br />the internet<br />use<br />?<br />
  24. 24. Let’s practice !<br />
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