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Present Simple and Present Continuous
Transcript of Present Simple and Present Continuous
Present Continuous Present Simple USE STRUCTURE He doesn't eat fish For affirmative sentences: The Simple Present to express the idea that an action is repeated or usual. The action can be a habit, a hobby, a daily event, a scheduled event or something that often happens I usually get up at 7 o'clock Does she play football?
- Yes, she does. I/we/ you/they :
Subject + auxiliary verb ("to do") + negative auxiliary ("not") + main verb. He/she/it:
Subject + auxiliary verb ("to does") + negative auxiliary ("not") + main verb. For negative sentences: Subject + verb
(I/we/ you/they) In third person: subject + verb + es/s
(He/she/it) She works in the hospital.
Mateo studies in this school. For questions sentences: I/we/ you/they :
Questions Auxiliary verb ("to do") + subject + main verb? In the third person (he, she, it) you take out 's' or 'es' because you have 'Does': Questions Auxiliary verb ("to does") + subject + main verb? Aff.: She works in this shop
Questons: Does she work in this factory? TAKE OUT 's' or 'es'! She doesn't works in the shop. X
She doesn't work in the shop. KEY BORDS - always
- on Saturdays
- on occasion Present Continuous USE STRUCTURE To express actions that are happening now and actions that are happening at present, but not necessarily at this moment For affirmative sentences: He is watching TV. She isn't playing golf Is she playing golf? anwser Auxilary: affirmative,question, and negative
¨Be¨ in present: am , is .are
- He's sleeping
- He isn't sleeping
- Is he sleeping? Subject + am / is / are + present participle (verb+ing).
I'm playing For negative sentences: Subject + am not / isn't / aren't + present participle (verb+ing)
I'm not studying For questions sentences: Questions + Am / is / are + Subject + present participle (verb+ing) + ?
Are you coming with me guys? KEY BORDS - at the moment
- this week