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drives a car or a bus translates texts into another language manages a store writes books or magazine articles studies in school or college sells things to customers reports the news for TV takes care of sick people I know how to speak Spanish. That student doesn’t know how to type. Refaa knows how to make her own clothes. Farah knows how to cook delicious Indian food. Most of my friends don’t know how to play chess. Abu Khloud
the young man the man and woman the boy the tourist the businessman No, he isn’t.He’s buying ice cream. No, they aren’t. They’re taking a taxi. No, he isn’t. He’s skateboarding. No, he isn’t. He’s looking at a map. No, he isn’t. He’s talking on the phone. Abu Khloud
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Who’s that? What does your brother do? What does Maha do every day? When do you study? Do you know how to cook?
1: How often do you play video games? 2: How many hours do you often play at a time? 3: What is one of your favorite video games? Abu Khloud
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1: Teenagers are hanging out, people are shopping, families are eating in food courts, and children are having fun. 2: There are screams coming from a part of the mall where people are playing video games. 3: They are waving signs and chanting slogans.. 4: They are Lim-Yo-Hwan, Choi Yeon-Sung, and Suh-Ji-Houn.. 5: They are professional video gamers. 6: No, they aren’t. 7: They are in stadiums. 8: A “bang” is a public PC gaming room. 9: They encourage their children to play video games as a way to relax, as an escape from academic pressure, and as a fun way to use brainpower. Abu Khloud
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1. He feels bad. 1. He feels bad. 2. No, he isn’t. 2. No, he isn’t. 3. Yes, he does. 3. Yes, he does. 4. He didn’t sleep all night. 4. He didn’t sleep all night. 5. He’s not doing his share, he doesn’t fit in, and he doesn’t seem to care. 5. He’s not doing his share, he doesn’t fit in, and he doesn’t seem to care. 6. He finishes work at six o’clock. 6. He finishes work at six o’clock. 7. He usually has a bad day. 7. He usually has a bad day. 8. He wants to get away and do something good with his life. 8. He wants to get away and do something good with his life. Abu Khloud
Patrick takes the bus to school. Patrick doesn’t ride his bike to school. Abu Khloud
They eat in a restaurant on Thursdays They don’t eat at home on Thursdays. Jamal plays basketball. Jamal doesn’t play volleyball. Matt and Alex play video games after school. Matt and Alex don’t play football after school. Edward exercises at the gym. Edward doesn’t exercise at home.
Khalid often studies in the library. Mariam sometimes walks to school. My friend seldom cleans his room. Hanan usually practices English with her friends
Where are you from? Where do you live? Who do you live with? What do you want to be? When do you want to eat?
Are they eating? No, they aren’t Is he talking on the phone? No, he isn’t. Are they playing basketball? Yes, they are.