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Present Simple

What do you usually do on Friday evening?

I always go to the pub with my colleagues.

Present Simple
Use: We use the present simple to say what we usually do. Its normally used with expressions of frequency. I always get up at 7 am. We also use the present simple to speak about things that are always or normally true. They sky is blue Note that many >mes we use the present simple in Spanish for other meanings, but NOT in English.

Present Simple
Form: We use the present simple to say what we usually do. Its normally used with expressions of frequency. I always get up at 7 am. We also use the present simple to speak about things that are always or normally true. They sky is blue Note that many >mes we use the present simple in Spanish for other meanings, but NOT in English.

Present Simple
Form: To make the nega-ve sentences we put the auxiliary verb do / does + the nega>ve adverb not before the verb. do / does + not + verb. dont = do not doesnt = does not Contrac>ons: I dont (do not) like coee. My husband doesnt (does not) eat meat.

Present Simple
Form: We use does with the third person singular (he / she / it) and do with the rest of the persons. do / does + not + verb. She doesnt have any children.

In the arma>ve form the third person singular add an s at the end of the verb. It opens at ve.

Present Simple
verb
I work I live I watch I nish I pass I study I try I play I enjoy

3rd pers sing


He works It lives He watches She nishes It passes He studies She tries She plays He enjoys

Spelling
add s add es aOer: ch, sh, s, consonant + y > -ies vowel + y > add s

Irregular Forms
verb
I have I go I do

3rd pers sing Pronuncia-on


He has She goes I does

/hz/ /gz/ /dz/

Present Simple
Form: To make ques-ons we put the auxiliary verb do / does + the subject + the inni>ve of the verb. do / does + subject + verb. Do you like coee? Does Mary go to French classes?

To make it easy to remember the word order you can learn this rule: ASI = Auxiliary verb + Subject + Inni>ve