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SIMPLE PRESENT

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Marco Antonio Arreola

on 14 March 2014

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Transcript of SIMPLE PRESENT

SIMPLE PRESENT
AUXILIARIES
DOES
VERBS TO BE
WITH REGULAR VERBS
AM / IS / ARE
WITH ADJECTIVES OR NOUNS
DO
WITH
AGE

IN
SPANISH
WE USE
TENER
(HAVE)
BUT IN
ENGLISH
WE USE THE
VERB TO BE.
HE / SHE / IT / PROPER NAME
I / YOU / THEY / WE
NOTE:
TENER (SP) VS VERB TO BE (ENG)
EXAMPLES
AFFIRMATIVE / NEGATIVE / QUESTION / SHORT ANSWER
DO
and
DOES
are
REGULAR VERBS, TOO
3rd PERSON
PRONOUNS
FORMULAS
EXAMPLES:
I have 20 years.
X
I am 20 years old.
*
AFFIRMATIVE: SUBJECT + VERB + ADJECTIVE
TO OR
BE NOUN



NEGATIVE: SUBJECT + VERB + NOT + ADJECTIVE
TO OR
BE NOUN


QUESTION: VERB + SUBJECT +ADJECTIVE
TO OR
BE NOUN


SHORT ANSWERS: YES + SUBJECT + VERB
TO
BE
NO + SUBJECT + VERB + NOT
TO
BE
sub. + verb
Note:
If the subject is a third person pronoun
the verb
requires
an
S
or
ES
.
3rd person sub. pronouns
He
She
It
Proper name
Examples

I run.
He runs.
I fly.
He flies.
They go to Six Flags.
It goes to Six Flags.
Pronunciation
apologize - apologizes
pronounce - pronounces
use - uses
aff. =
neg. =
que. =
short.=
REMEMBER:
THIRD PERSON SUBJECT BPRONOUNS
Affirmative sentences
S
I
M
L
E
P
R
E
S
E
N
T

For negative, questions, and short answers;
subject + verb
subject + don't + verb
doesn't
Do/Does + subject + verb
yes, + subject + Do/Does
no, + subject + don't/doesn't
Thank you!!!
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