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Present simple: negation + adverbs

The past simple: positive form.
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on 16 September 2016

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Transcript of Present simple: negation + adverbs

The negation

Regular verbs
When do we use the present simple ?
The Present simple
Exceptions
Expressions
Ex: Today, I watch a movie.
In conclusion:
We use the present simple to talk about
things or actions that you do every day.
We use the present simple with the
5 frequency adverbs
(never-sometimes-always-often-usually).
We use the present simple with
expressions
like: today, every day, every...
We use the auxiliary
"do"
with the negation
Positive form
Ex:I play football today.
I do not like football
"not" represents the negation
Negative form
I
do not
like football
I
don't
like football
The contracted form
I do
you do
he do
es
she do
es
it do
es
we do
you do
they do
How to conjugate "do"
In this Prezi, you will learn everything you need to know about the Present simple
==>
Subject
infinitive
direct object
time phrase
"Do"
is the auxiliary. We always use "do" with the negation
To do
Today...
Every day...
Always...
Never...
It is used to talk about things you do everyday
Present simple
1
3
Frequency adverbs
Example
2
the action is an habit
we use it with expressions like " today, every day..."
We use it with frequency adverbs (see next).
Usually
Sometimes
Never
Always
Often
Ex: Every day, I brush

my teeth.
Ex:He plays football today.
==>
Subject
Verb conjugated
direct object
time phrase
Remember
With
"he-she-it"
we add an
"s"
at the end of the verb
But there is an
exception
-
click next
With verbs that finish by:

S - SH - CH / ex: to wash - to watch - to pass
Y / ex: to buy - to try - to fly

+ The verb "to do" and "to go"

After
s-ch-sh
, we add
"es"
He washes - She watches - It passes

We transform the
y
==>
ies
when the
"y"
is following a consonant
She fl
ies
He b
uies
==> he buy
s

To do ==> he do
es
To go ==> he go
es
Consonant
He
does not
like football
He
doesn't
like football
Contracted
Contracted
I
usually
play football
I
always
play football
I
never
play football
I
often
play football
I
sometimes
play football
When you see a
frequency adverb
, you use the present simple !!
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