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Present Tense SubjectAffirmativeNegative IEatDo not (don’t) eat YouEatDo not (don’t) eat He/She/ItEatsDoes not (doesn’t) eat WeEatDo not (don’t) eat YouEatDo.

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1 Present Tense SubjectAffirmativeNegative IEatDo not (don’t) eat YouEatDo not (don’t) eat He/She/ItEatsDoes not (doesn’t) eat WeEatDo not (don’t) eat YouEatDo not (don’t) eat TheyEatDo not (don’t) eat

2 Assignment Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb. An okapi ________ (look) like the child of a zebra and a giraffe, but _________ (not/be). It __________ (have) stripes like a zebra, and it _________ (have) a body like a giraffe. The okapi’s stripes ________ (hide) it from its enemies. The okapi ________ (to be) a relative of the giraffe, but it __________ (not have) a long neck. It __________ (not/need) one to find food because it _________ (eat) fruit and leaves near the ground. Okapis _______ (live) only in Central Africa and __________(be) very rare.

3 Assignment Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb. An okapi _looks_______ (look) like the child of a zebra and a giraffe, but _is not________ (not/be). It _____has_____ (have) stripes like a zebra, and it ___has______ (have) a body like a giraffe. The okapi’s stripes __hide______ (hide) it from its enemies. The okapi ____is____ (to be) a relative of the giraffe, but it ___does not_______ (not have) a long neck. It ___does not_______ (not/need) one to find food because it __eats_______ (eat) fruit and leaves near the ground. Okapis __live_____ (live) only in Central Africa and _____are_____(be) very rare.

4 The Simple Present: Questions Yes/No Questions Do/DoesSubjectBase Form of Verb Doyoueatfresh fruit? Doessheeatfresh fruit Dotheyeatfresh fruit Short Answers Yes SubjectDo/Does No SubjectDo/Does Not IdoIdon’t shedoesshedoesn’t theydotheydon’t

5 Information Questions Wh-WordDo/DoesSubjectBase Form of Verb Whodoyouteachon Tuesdays? What doesheeat? When Where dotheytravel WhyIn the winter? How Wh-WordBase Form of verb = _s/_es Whoworkson Tuesdays? Whathappensthere?

6 Assignment Use these words to write yes/no questions: 1.study/do/a lot/ you ___________________ 2.teacher/does/your/speak/language/your ___ 3.have/do/homework/you/ a lot of Write an information question about the underlined word. 1.Kim has a test today. _______________? 2.A power plant makes electricity. _________? 3. Niagara Falls is in North America. ________? 4. Dan drives Lee to school every day. ______? 5.It is hot in Chicago in the summer. ________?

7 Answers 1. Do you study a lot? 2. Does your teacher speak your language? 3. Do you have a lot of homework? 1. Who has a test today? 2. What does a power plant make? 3. Where is Niagara Falls? 4. Who drives Lee to school every day? 5. When is it hot in Chicago?

8 The Simple Present Usage 1. Use the simple present (s.p.) to talk about activities that happen repeatedly. (I always eat cereal for breakfast.) 2. Use the s.p. to talk about factual information, such as general truths, scientific facts, or definitions. (Doctors study for many years.) 3. Use the s.p. to talk about conditions, feelings, physical descriptions, beliefs, or possessions. (She seems happy.) 4. Use adverbs of frequency with the s.p. to express how often something happens. (My father often cooks for us.) Do C1 and C2 pages 12 and 13 and D2 in the blue book. Do “Beyond the Classroom” on page 16. (extra credit)

9 Paragraph Which large American city is on three islands? New York City! New York is on Manhattan Island, Long Island, and Staten Island. Most people think of Manhattan when they think of New York City. This is because Manhattan has the tall buildings that New York is famous for. Sometimes people travel from Staten Island to Manhattan by boat. However, most people in New York do not use boats to go from one part of the city to another. Large bridges connect the islands. Trains and cars also use long tunnels under the water to move between the islands. In fact, New Yorkers usually forget that they live on an island.


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