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  • Present simple Present ContinuousUSE: USE: - Routines. Ex: I get up every day at eight o’clock - Immediate future. Ex: I’m flying to NYC - Universal truths. Ex: Water boils at 100ºC (I’ve got the tickets) - Adverbs of frequency: always, usually, often, hardly ever, never - Expressions: at the moment, now, this - Expressions: on Mondays, every day, etc. week, tomorrow, today, tonight TO BE OTHER VERBS PRESENT CONTINUOUSI am + S + VERB (he, she, it + S) + …you are + S + am/is/are + Ving… Ex: My sister plays football.he is Ex: My sister is doing her homework now.she isit is - S + DON’T/DOESN’T + V …we are - S + ‘m not/ isn’t/ aren’t + Ving…you are Ex: My sister doesn’t play football.they are Ex: My sister isn’t doing her homework now. ? DO/DOES + S + VERB + … ?+ S + am/is/are + … ? Am/Is/Are + S + Ving … ? Ex: Does my sister play football?Ex: My sister is at home. Ex: Is my sister doing her homework now? Yes, she does /// No, she doesn’t Yes, she is /// No, she isnt- S + ‘m not/ isn’t/ aren’t +… ADVERBS OF FREQUENCYEx: My sister isn’t at home. SPELLING After TO BE: watches (-es after sibilant) Ex: I’m always happy goes (-es after -o)? Am/Is/Are + S + … ? hurries (-y to -ie after consonant) Before OTHER VERBS:Ex: Is my sister at home? sitting (CVCx2) Ex: I usually go cycling. writing (leave out one -e at the end)Yes, she is /// No, she isnt lying (change -ie to -y)