LOOK!AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES. • I play the piano very well. • He plays the flute badly.NEGATIVE SENTENCES. • I dont play the piano very well. • He doesnt play the flute badly.INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES. • Do you play the piano very well? • Does he play the flute badly.
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AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES.● I play.● You play.● He plays.● She plays.● It plays.● We play.● You play.● They play.
NEGATIVE SENTENCES.● I dont play.● You dont play.● He doesnt play.● She doesnt play.● It doesnt play.● We dont play.● You dont play.● They dont play.
ACTIVITY.● Look for verbs in the affirmative and negative form. /home/usuario/Escritorio/gulliver in lilliput.odt
AFFIRMATIVE AND NEGATIVE SENTENCES.● Gulliver moves his arms.● The soldiers dont understand him.● He doesnt understand the soldiers.● The men talk to him.
GulliverYou live in a very small country. And I live in a very big one. I like a lot of your country, but I dont like the food.
INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES AND ANSWERS.● Do I play?● Do you play? Yes, I do.● Does he play? No, I dont.● Does she play?● Does it play?● Do we play? Yes, he does.● Do you play? No, he doesnt.● Do they play?
INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES. The little men ask Gulliver:● Where do you live?● Do you like our country?● Do you want to leave this country?● Do you eat a lot?
PRESENT SIMPLEAFFIRMATIVESENTENCES. NEGATIVE SENTENCES. INTERROGATIVE S SENTENCES. Affirmative answers. Negative answers. BY SEBA JIMÉNEZ
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