Grammar Rules Verbs ending: "SS", "SH", "CH", "O" and "X" He fishes at the sea. She kisses to her boyfriend. He watches the mountain. He fixes his car. She goes to the office. Subject + Verb + Complement
Grammar Rules Verbs ending: Consonant + Y She tries to be better. She studies for her exam. He flies in the sky. He tidies his bedroom. He spies me. Subject + Verb + Complement try study fly tidy spy
She buys a car. She pays for the taxi. He plays the guitar. He enjoys playing tennis. He says to me. Grammar Rules Subject + Verb + Complement Verbs ending: Vowel + Y
Grammar Rules Subject + Don’t/Doesn’t + Verb [inf]+ Complement Do + Not = Don’t Does + Not = Doesn’t I don't play tennis. He doesn't work in an office. They don't travel to Santiago. I do notplay tennis. He does not work in an office. They do not travel to Santiago. Aux. → inf. Verb.
Interrogative DoI goto work ? DoYougoto work ? DoesHegoto work ? DoesShegoto work ? DoesItgoto work ? DoWegoto work ? DoTheygoto work ? Do/Does + Subject + Verb [Inf] + Complement ? Aux. →inf. verb.
Grammar Rules Do you work on Sundays? What does he do on Saturday? Don’t you come here on Saturdays? Why doesn’t she talk with us? Affirmative and Negative questions Wh + Do/Does + Subject + Verb [Inf] + Complement ? Do/Does + Subject + Verb [Inf] + Complement ? Aux. → inf. verb
Simple Present Tense Do / Does / Don’t / Doesn’t PLAY AND ENJOY THE VIDEO