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    • Polar bears don’t live in hot places. They live in the North Pole. Do they eat fruit and vegetables? No, they don’t . They eat fish.
    • Olivia likes red roses. She spends a lot of time in her garden. Does she work in the garden every day? Yes, she does .
    • The present simple is used for: repeated actions or daily routines usually with time expressions such as: every day , every week , every Monday She usually plays tennis at the weekend.
    • The present simple is used for: permenant states He works in an office.
    • He is a businessman. He lives in New York. (permenant state)
    • The present simple is used for: general truths or laws of nature The sun sets in the west.
    • The moon moves around the earth. (law of nature)
    • positive I play basketball every Saturday. You play basketball every Saturday. He play basketball every Saturday. She play basketball every Saturday. It play basketball every Saturday. We play basketball every Saturday. You play basketball every Saturday. They play basketball every Saturday. s s s
    • negative I don’t wash the car every day. You don’t wash the car every day. He doesn’t wash the car every day. She doesn’t wash the car every day. It doesn’t wash the car every day. We don’t wash the car every day. You don’t wash the car every day. They don’t wash the car every day.
    • question Do I go to the cinema? Do you go to the cinema? Does he go to the cinema? Does she go to the cinema? Does it go to the cinema? Do we go to the cinema? Do you go to the cinema? Do they go to the cinema?
    • He plays basketball every Saturday.
    • He goes to the cinema every Sunday.
    • He visits his grandfather every Monday.
    • Tuesday He tidies his room every Tuesday.
    • He washes the car every Wednesday.
    • they / like athletics Do they like athletics? No, they don’t.
    • you and your husband / read books Do you and your husband read books? Yes, we do.
    • you / speak French Do you speak French? Yes, I do.
    • they / sell mobile phones Do they sell mobile phones? No, they don’t.
    • they / drive to work Do they drive to work? Yes, they do.
    • When does Karen go to the gym? She goes to the gym at 5:30 on Wednesdays.
    • What time does Karen drive her children to school on Tuesdays? She drives her children to school at 9:15.
    • What does she do every Monday at 3:30? She washes her car.
    • What time does she cook dinner on Thursdays? At 8:00
    • What does she do every Saturday at 9:30? She watches her favourite TV programme.
    • Where does she meet her friends on Fridays? She meets them at Roberto’s cafe.
    • When does she play tennis? Every Sunday at 11:30
    • No, I don’t. I love Spanish. Do you speak Spanish? What do you do? What do you do? I love Spanish Do you speak Spanish? No, I don’t. Fill in the blanks with suitable dialogues given below:
    • It’s in Reading. What do you do in your free time? I drive there every day. Where do you work? What do you do in your free time? Where do you work? It’s in Reading. I drive there every day
    • always usually often sometimes never We use present simple (Verb1) with the following adverbs:
    • I always go jogging before I have supper.
    • I always brush my teeth before I go to bed.
    • I always watch TV after I do my homework.
    • I always cook a meal after I go shopping.
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      • What do pilots usually do?
      fly aeroplanes They usually fly aeroplanes
      • What do bakers usually do?
      They usually make bread
      • What do farmers usually do?
      They usually grow vegetables
      • What do postmen usually do?
      They usually deliver letters
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    • How do you get to work? drive to work Look at the picture and complete the sentence accordingly :
    • How do you get to work? take a taxi to work
    • How do you get to school? take the bus to school.
    • How do you get to school? ride my bike to school
    • How / get work How do they get to work? They drive.
    • Where / live Where do they live? They live in Brighton.
    • Where / work Where do they work? They work in Luton.
    • How / get to work How do they get to work? They walk.