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Ejercicios Simple Present Verbs

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Ejercicios sobre Simple Present Verbs
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  BASIC LEVEL CLASS Nº 3 TEACHER: DANIEL SILVA daniel.idiomas.007@gmail.com  BASIC LEVEL CLASS Nº 3 TEACHER: DANIEL SILVA daniel.idiomas.007@gmail.com VERBS IN SIMPLE PRESENT USE: We usually use the Simple Present for talking about our day-to-day activities. That is, for habits.   For example: I play football on Sundays. (Yo juego fútbol los domingos) Esta es una actividad que hago cada domingo. GENERAL RULES: Positive form: (Subject + verb in simple present + complement) - In affirmative sentences, we add to the main verb the ending -s in the third person singular (he, she, it). - Verbs ending in -ss, -ch, -sh, -x, -o take the ending -es. Examples: kiss-kisses touch-touches mix-mixes - If a verb ends in -y preceded by a consonant, the -y is replaced by the ending -ies Examples: tidy-tidies study-studies cry-cries - But if the -y is preceded by a vowel, we add -s only. Examples: buy-buys play-plays enjoy-enjoys Examples: I work in a bank She works in a bookshop Negative form: (Subject + do not / does not + verb in infinitive + complement) In order to form a negation, we use  does not (doesn´t)  before the main verb of the third person singular and do not (don´t) before the main verb of the other persons. Examples: I don´t eat fish. He doesn´t eat fish. In a negation, the main verb does not end in -s in the tird person singular  . Interrogative form: ( Do / does / subject + verb in infinitive + complement ? ) Use the auxiliary do. Do you play football? Does he play football?  BASIC LEVEL CLASS Nº 3 TEACHER: DANIEL SILVA daniel.idiomas.007@gmail.com EXERCISES: Change the verb into the correct form of Simple Present.  NEGATIVE FORM 1. I usually (go) to school. 2. They (visit) us often. 3. You (play) basketball once a week. 4. Tom (work) every day. 5. He always (tell) us funny stories. 6. She never (help) me with that! 7. Martha and Kevin (swim) twice a week. 8. In this club people usually (dance) a lot. 9. Linda (take care) of her sister. 10. John rarely (leave) the country. 11. We (live) in the city most of the year. 12. Lorie (travel) to Paris every Sunday. 13. I (bake) cookies twice a month. 14. You always (teach) me new things. 15. She (help) the kids of the neighborhood. Complete with the present simple. Mary and I _________ (work) in the same office, but we´re completely different. She _______ (like) coffee, but I ________ (tea). She _________ (wash) her car every weekend, but I never  ________ (clean) mine. She ______ (smile) all the time at work, but I __________ (feel) miserable. I ___________ (complain) about the boss all the time, but Mary _______ (think) the boss is a nice person. When I ___________ (finish) work I like to drink beer with my friends, but Mary ______________ (study) at night school. The boss __________ (think) Mary is perfect, but she ___________ (drive) me nuts!    BASIC LEVEL CLASS Nº 3 TEACHER: DANIEL SILVA daniel.idiomas.007@gmail.com COMMON VERBS USED IN ENGLISH: accept allow ask believe borrow break bring buy can/be able cancel change clean comb complain cough count cut dance draw drink drive eat explain fall fill find finish fit fix fly forget give go have hear hurt know learn leave listen live look lose make/do need open aceptar permitir/dejar preguntar creer prestar romper traer comprar poder cancelar cambiar limpiar peinar quejarse toser contar cortar bailar dibujar beber conducir comer explicar caerse llenar encontrar terminar caber reparar volar olvidar dar ir * tener oir dañar, herir saber/conocer aprender * salir/marcharse escuchar vivir mirar perder hacer necesitar abrir close/shut organize pay play put rain read reply run say see sell send sign sing sit sleep smoke speak spell spend stand start/begin study succeed swim take talk teach tell think translate travel try turn off turn on type understand use wait wake up want watch work worry write cerrar organizar pagar  jugar poner llover leer responder correr decir ver vender enviar firmar cantar sentarse dormir fumar hablar deletrear gastar ponerse de pie comenzar estudiar tener éxito nadar * tomar hablar enseñar decir pensar traducir viajar intentar apagar encender escribir a maquina entender utilizar/usar esperar despertar querer/desear mirar trabajar preocuparse escribir
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