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Simple Present Tense

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Lulu Huang

on 5 January 2013

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Transcript of Simple Present Tense

Singular Frequency adverbs EXERCISE ! Simple Present Tense Plural 100% always

90-99% usually

75-90% ofen

25-75% sometimes

5-10% seldom

1-10% rarely

0% never By: Lulu & Chris 1st

2nd

3rd I eat

you eat

she/he/it eats we eat

they eat Spelling of final -es Spelling -sh

-ch

-ss

-x LuLu (cooks / cookes) breakfast for her brother and

herself. They (eats / eat) breakfast . After that, her brother

(gos / goes) to work. She (goes / gos) shopping. Then,

LuLu (buyes / buys) a LV bag in a bag shop and (enjoies /

enjoys) it. When her brother (comes / come) back, he

(tell/ tells) her the bag is fake and he

(laughs/laugh/laughes). She (crys /. LuLu and her

brother (says/ sayes/ say) we are not lucky today. wash > washes

watch > watches

kiss > kisses

fix > fixes LuLu (cooks / cookes) breakfast for her brother and

herself. They (eats / eat) breakfast . After that, her brother

(gos / goes) to work. She (goes / gos) shopping. Then,

LuLu (buyes / buys) a LV bag in a bag shop and (enjoies /

enjoys) it. When her brother (comes / come) back, he

(tell/ tells) her the bag is fake and he

(laughs/laugh/laughes). She (crys / cries). LuLu and her

brother (says/ sayes/ say) we are not lucky today. Ending of verb: -sh , -ch , -ss , -x

Spelling: add -es Words that end in -Y try > tries
cry > cries End of verb: consonant + -y
Spelling: change y to i, add -es play > plays
enjoy > enjoys End of verb: vowel + -y
Spelling: add -s I always eat dinner.

Chris usually washes his hair in the morning.

Lei often plays computer games at night.

We sometimes eat breakfast.

I'm seldom late to classes.

I rarely get sick.

Soyoung and Sam are never absent. Frequency adverbs * This story is not true! Thank you ^.^ Subject + Frequency Adverb+ Verb
Subject + Be verb + Frequency Adverb always
usually
often
rerely
never I always comes to class late
I am always late for class
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