British people like animals.
They live in houses with gardens.
My husband works from 9 to 5 pm
Ann has three children.
Use the infinitive verb:
I play tennis / We live in Spain
For HE / SHE / IT we use infinitive verb + -s / -es / -ies
He works / he plays/ he lives
She watches / she finishes / she goes / she does
The spelling rules are the same as for the plurals.
Use DON’T or DOESN’T + infinitive verb
Don’t = do not
Doesn’t = does not
He doesn’t work (right)
NOT “He doesn’t works” (wrong)
3rd person singular:
Do you work in an office?
Does she work outside?
DO & DOES:
1. Auxiliary verb to make questions:
Do you speak English? Does she live here?
2. A normal verb:
I do my homework every day.
He does exercise in the morning.
WORD ORDER FOR QUESTIONS
AUXILIARY + SUBJECT + INFINITIVE
Do you live here?
Does she work in this office?
Does she work
A: She works at night. B: ________________ at the weekend?
Do you play
A: I don’t play the guitar B: ________________ the piano?
Does he like
A: He likes sport. B: ___________________ tennis?
Does she speak
A: She speaks foreign languages B: ______________
Do you eat
A: I don’t eat fast food B: _____________ pizzas?
A: Teresa doesn’t live in a flat B: _________________ in a
Does she live
Does he drive
A: My dad drives a Ferrari B: ___________________ fast?