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Present Simple for 1º/2º ESO

Grammar and Usage
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Tomás Díaz Gómez

on 17 November 2014

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Transcript of Present Simple for 1º/2º ESO

Hello, guys!
Today we will study the...
Present Simple
Read the text:
A TYPICAL MONDAY

Hi, my name's Alice. This is a typical Monday.

I always
get up
at seven o'clock and I
have
a shower. I
have
breakfast at eight o'clock. I usually
leave
home at half past eight. School
start
s
at nine o'clock. I always
have
lunch at school at one o'clock. School
finish
es
at four o'clock. After school, I sometimes
play
with my friends.

In the evening, I
do
my homework. Then, I often
watch
TV. We
have
dinner at seven o'clock. I usually
go
to bed at half past ten. And that's my day!
Formation
Affirmative
I
play
You
play
He/She/It
play
s
We
play
You
play
They
play
Negative
I
don't play
You
don't play
He/She/It

doesn't
play
We
don't play
You
don't play
They
don't play
Interrogative
Do
I
play...?
Do
you
play...?
Does

he/she/it
play...?
Do
we
play...?
Do
you
play...?
Do
they
play...?
Spelling rules - 3rd person singular AFFIRMATIVE
When you write the verb in third person singular, you add an
-s
play - play
s
read - read
s
speak - speak
s
We add
-es

to verbs ending in
-ss, -x, -sh, -ch, -o

pass - pass
es
fix - fix
es
push - push
es
catch - catch
es
go - go
es
Verbs ending in
consonant + -y
, the 3rd person changes the
-y
to
-ies
study - stud
ies
fly - fl
ies
Time expressions
Frequency adverbs:
always
usually
often
sometimes
seldom
never
Other expressions:
every day / week
once / twice a month
in the morning
in the summer
on Sundays
at the weekend
I
always
get up at 7 o'clock
He visits the Tower of London
every year
... to talk about general facts or habits that happen regularly.
That's all, folks!!
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