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Present Simple (other verbs)

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claudio cheuquen

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Present Simple
(other verbs)
by Claudio Cheuquén O
SIMPLE PRESENT
To Be
Other verbs
I
YOU
HE
SHE
IT
WE
YOU
THEY
I
YOU
HE
SHE
IT
WE
YOU
THEY
AM
ARE
IS
IS
IS
ARE
ARE
ARE
?
(+)
(-)
(?)
You are a doctor
You are
not
a doctor
Are you a doctor?
(+)
(-)
(?)
?
Present Simple (other verbs)
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Singular
Plural
I
you
he/she/it
we
you
they
work
work
works
work
work
work
Uses of the Present simple:
1

2


3
for facts:
The day
has
24 hours

for repeated actions or regular actions:
The class
starts
at 10 o'clock every morning

for habits (use of frecuency adverbs):
I usually
get
up at 7 o'clock
Spelling rules of the 3° person in singular
Verbs which ends in:
-o, -sh, -ch, -ss, -x, -zz
add
-es
.
.
HE/SHE/IT:
go
es
, wash
es
, watch
es
, kiss
es
, fix
es
, buzz
es
Negative form
Question form
SINGULAR
PLURAL
I

don't (do not)
work
YOU

don't
work
HE/SHE/IT

doesn't
work
(do not - does not)
WE
don't
work
YOU
don't

work
THEY
don't
work
E.G.:
I don't like tea
She doesn't smoke
E.G.:
They don't watch TV
SINGULAR
PLURAL
(DO - DOES)
Do
I work?
Do
you work?
Does
he/she/it work?
Do
we work?
Do
you work?
Do
they work?
Spelling rules of the 3° person in singular
When the verb ends in:
-y
add
-s
when
-y
is preceded by a
vowel
.
eliminate
-y
and add
-ies
when
-y
is preceded by a
consonant
.
EX: play
EX: study
HE/SHE/IT play
s
HE/SHE/IT stud
ies
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