Simple present

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Simple present

  1. 1. AFFIRMATIVE FORM NEGATIVE FORM IF THE VERB END IN (Y) IF THE VERB END IN (S, SS, Z, X, CH, SH, O) HOME WORK OR ACTIVITIES EXPRESIONS OF TIME ADVERBS OF FRECUENCY EXAMPLE [VERB] + S/ES IN THIIRD PERSON INTERROGATIVE FORM RAUL MARIO ROMERO MERIÑO HIPERMEDIA EDUCATIVA
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  7. 7. Adverbs of Frequency are Adverbs of Time that answer the question "How frequently?" or "How often?". They tell us how often something happens. Here are some examples: always, Hardly ever, often, usually, sometimes, never. We usually go shopping on Saturday. I have often done that. She is always late. previous
  8. 8. Expressions of time go at the end of a statement. Definite expressions of time can also go at the beginning if they are not the main focus in the sentence. If you are in doubt - put it at the end of the sentence - it is more likely to be right. Every day/ week/ month/…. On Mondays/ Wednesdays/… Once a day/ week/month/… Three/ four/… times a day/week/… In the morning/ afternoon/… Every Saturday Peter watches t.v. at home We leave for work at 7:30 AM every morning. Routine My husband watches the TV in the evening. previous
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  12. 12. Rodríguez, E. Wilches, T. Miller, C. 1999, 2005 Teenagers 6. Songs with the simple present http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=scjALd4iIaE Test on simple present 1 http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/tests/simple-present-1 Simple present http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/simplepresent.html Present simple tense rules third person singular http://www.slideshare.net/sebanavarro/present-simple-tense-rules-third-person- singular previous
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