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Present Simple with VERB “to be” and other verbs : 

Present Simple with VERB “to be” and other verbs By Alicia Sierra Díaz

Present simple with verb “To BE” : 

Present simple with verb “To BE” Affirmative Negative Interrogative I am I am not … Am I …? You are You aren’t Are You ? She is She isn’t Is She …? He is He isn’t Is He …? It is It isn’t Is It ….? We are We aren’t … Are We …? You are You aren’t … Are You …? They are They aren’t … Are They …

Present simple with other verbs : 

Present simple with other verbs Affirmative Negative Interrogative Long form Short form I write I do not write I don’t write Do I write? You write You do not write You don’t write Do You write? She writes She does not write She doesn’t write Does She write? He writes He does not write He doesn’t write Does He write? It writes It does not write It doesn’t write Does It write? We write We do not write We don’t write Do We write? You write You do not write You don’t write Do You write? They write They do not write They don’t write Do They write?

EXAMPLES : 

EXAMPLES VERB TO BE GENERAL VERBS July is at the school now July isn’t at the school now Is July at the school now? Helen reads a book Helen doesn’t read a book Does Helen read a book?

STRUCTURE : 

STRUCTURE We use the Present Simple for:   Events that happen with regularity Facts, repeated actions and permanent situations Things, which are always true such as laws of nature or scientific facts. Habits and routines Timetables/programmes Feelings and emotions

spelling RULES when talking about 3rd. Person singular : 

spelling RULES when talking about 3rd. Person singular Spelling of 3rd person singular for verbs ending in:

Form structure: : 

Form structure: Affirmative We form the present simple with: Subject + verb We usually add an – s to the third person singular in the affirmative. Negative We form the third person singular in the negative with: does not or doesn’t + main verb We form all other people in the negative with: do not or don’t + main verb Interrogative We use in all people except for the third person singular: Do + subject + verb ? We use in the third person singular. : Does + subject + verb ?

Form Structure: : 

Form Structure: AFFIRMATIVE: SUBJECT + Verb (BASIC FORM) NEGATIVE: SUBJECT + AUXILIARY + not + Verb (BASIC FORM) INTERROGATIVE: AUXILIARY+ Subject + Verb (basic form) ? INTERROGATIVE-NEGATIVE: AUXILIARY + not + Subject + Verb (basic form) ?

Time expressions used with Present Simple: : 

Time expressions used with Present Simple: Every day /week/month/year Frequency Adverbs = Always- Usually- Often- Sometimes- Seldom- Never On Monday / Tuesday / Wednesday / Thursday / Friday / Saturday / Sunday

Frequency adverbs : 

Frequency adverbs

Adverb placement: : 

Adverb placement: The examples below show the placement for grammar adverbs such as: always, only, never, ever, still, just, etc. Examples:   You are always at home You only speak English. Are you always at home? Do you only speak English?

Study skills : 

Study skills Who are the first, second and third person in singular and plural? What does SUBJECT mean? What is a PART OF SPEECH? Can you recognize personal PRONOUNS and their difference between SUBJECTS? What is a NOUN? What is a VERB?

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