2PRESENT TENSE AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES NEGATIVE SENTENCESIYOU + VERBWETHEYWe study English every dayHESHE + VERB + S/ESITMy sister works in a hospitalDO YOU VERB…?Do you study English every day?DOES SHE VERB…?Does your dog run in the park?YOU +DON’T + VERBI don’t study English every day.SHE DOESN’T+ VERBMy friend doesn’t play soccer.
31) They ___________ hockey at school. (to play) Put in the verbs in brackets into the gaps. Use Simple Present. Watch the punctuation and form sentences or questions. 1) They ___________ hockey at school. (to play)2) She _______________ s. (not/to write)3) ____________you ____________ English? (to speak)4) My parents ________________ fish. (not/to like)5) _____________ Anne ____________ any hobbies? (to have)6) Andy's brother _______________ in an office. (to work)7) Leroy ________________ very fast. (not/to read)8) ________Jim and Joe _______ the flowers every week? (to water)9) _________Yvonne's mother_______ a motorbike. to ride)10) ___________ Elisabeth __________ cola? (to drink)
5Fill in the blanks with the correct option: 1. (I/My/ Me) mother always cooks for (we, our, us)2. (He/Him/His) doesn't know (she/her) name.3. David's sister is very hard working. (She/Her) marks are really brilliant! 4. What do (you/your) eat when you go to a Chinese Restaurant? (I/My/Me) eat pork. I like !5. I watch (her/he/ she/ his) programme every afternoon. (She/ Her/ He/ His/ Him) is a really good actress.6. David is my best friend. (We/ Our/ Us) play with (he/his/him) sister every Saturday.7. I like the piano very much, but I don't play (it/its).8. (We/ Our/ Us)daughter takes care of (she/her) baby brother.9. (I/ Me/My/ He) don't brush (I/me/my) teeth after every meal.10. (My/Me/ I) uncle and my aunt have got a computer.(It/Its) is old and (they/their/them) need to repair .11. The teacher is not very happy with (we/us/ our), because (we/us/our) talk all the time and don't listen to (she/her) .12. Those children are very happy. (They/Their/Them)parents have a new car13. Are you talking to (I, me/my) ? Sorry, but (I/me/my) don't understand what you're saying.14. Is this your new house? (I/me/my) like . (It/ Its/ It’s ) very big.
6THERE( IS/WAS)/ THERE (ARE/WERE) SINGULAR PRESENTPLURAL PRESENTTHERE IS A BANK AROUND THE CORNERTHERE ARE BANKS AROUND THE CORNERIS THERE A VIDEO STORE ON THE LEFT OF THE STREET?ARE THERE VIDEO STORES NEXT TO THE SCHOOL?THERE ISN’T A DRUGSTORE ON THE RIGHT OF MY SCHOOL.THERE AREN’T BOOKSTORES ACROSS FROM THE HARDWARE STORE.SINGULAR IN PASTPLURAL IN PASTTHERE WAS A NICE RESTAURANT IN MY NEIGHBORHOOD BUT IT CLOSED.THERE WERE TWO MALLS IN VERACRUZ TEN YEARS AGO.WAS THERE A GYM BETWEEN THE POLICE STATION AND THE CONVENIENCE STORE LAST MONTH?WERE THERE MANY PEOPLE IN THE MOVIES YESTERDAY?THERE WASN’T A ROOM AVAILABLE IN THE HOTEL.THERE WEREN’T MANY ANIMALS IN THE ZOO LAST YEAR.
7COMPLETE THIS CONVERSATION A: Hi John! __________ a restaurant nearby? B: Yes, ________________ two good restaurants down the Street. A: Excellent. I’m hungry. But before I need to buy some medicine. ___________________ a drugstore around here? B: Yes. _____________________ one next to the Italian restaurant. A: Perfect! I’ll see you in the Italian restaurant after I go to the drugstore. B: We can go together. ______________ many people around, so we won’t have problems getting a table.
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