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Conjugation Affirmative I work You work He works She works It works We work You work They work Negative I do not work You do not work He does not work She does not work It does not work You do not work We do not work They do not work Interrogative Do I work ? Do you work ? Does he work ? Does she work ? Does it work ? Do we work ? Do you work ? Do they work ?

Contracted forms: do not = don't / does not = doesn't 2. Spelling of 3rd person singular (he, she, it) General rule: infinitive without 'to' + S to work ==> works to play ==> plays Verbs ending in O, SS, X, CH, SH : infinitive without 'to' + ES to go ==> goes to kiss ==> kisses Verbs ending in Y, preceded by a consonant: Y changes into IES to cry ==> cries to fly ==> flies

EX 1 Fill in the affirmative form of the verb.


1. He ..play. (to play) the guitar. 2. We ..go. (to dance) every Saturday. 3. My friends .speaks.. (to speak) French. 4. She ..watches. (to watch) TV every evening. 5. That boy ...studies (to study) English at school. 6. They .eat.. (to eat) eggs for breakfast. 7. She ..works. (to work) very hard. 8. Every morning I ..get up. (to get up) at 7 o'clock.

EX 2 Fill in the affirmative form of the verb.


1. She ..kisses. (to kiss) mum goodbye. 2. Jill ..goes. (to go) to school. 3. Susan .teachs.. (to teach) French. 4. We ...go to dance (to dance) every Saturday. 5. Mum ..washes. (to wash) our clothes on Friday. 6. He ..writes.. (to write) letters every day. 7. My friends .runs.. (to run) 4 km a day. 8. She always ..copies. (to copy) my homework.

EX 3 Fill in the negative form of the verb. Only write full forms.
1. James .doesnt fly.. (to fly) aeroplanes. 2. You ..dont work. (to work) very hard. 3. Bob doesnt drive.. (to drive) a car. 4. Mary doesnt go.. (to go) to bed early. 5. Your dog doesnt bark.. (to bark) all day. 6. We .dont come.. (to come) home at four. 7. Dad doesnt walk.. (to walk) to his office. 8. My neighbours doesnt go.. (to go) to Spain every year.

EX 4 Fill in the negative form of the verb. Only write contracted forms.
1. They ... (to speak) French very well. 2. The library ... (to open) at 10 o'clock. 3. The sun ... (to go) around the earth. 4. Vegetarians ... (to eat) meat. 5. A liar is someone who ... (to tell) the truth. 6. Rice ... (to grow) in England. 7. I ... (to drink) coffee. 8. An atheist ... (to believe) in god.
Dont speak Doesnt open Doesnt go Doesnt eat Doesnt tell Doesnt grow Dont drink Doesnt belive

EX 5 Make interrogative sentences. Don't forget to write a capital letter and a question mark!
1. she / to speak / French 2. the banks / to close / at 4 o'clock 3. it / to cost / a lot 4. you / to like / chocolate 5. your sister / to work / here 6. they / to live / here 7. Sue / to want / to be famous 8. she / to do / a lot of exercises
Does she speak french? Does the banks close at 4 oclock? Do it cost a lot? Do you like chocolate?

Does your sister work here?


Do they live here? Does Sue want be famous? Does she do a lot of exercoses?

EX 6 Make interrogative sentences. Don't forget to write a capital letter and a question mark!
1. you / get up / always / early 2. he / to like / volleyball 3. Chris / to play / often / tennis 4. you / to speak / German 5. your brother / to study / science
Do you always get up early? Does he like volleyball? Does Chris often play tennis? Do you speak German? Does your brother study science?

6. they / to come / often / here 7. Ian / to know / my phone number 8. he / to ride / never / his bike

Do they often come here? Do I know my phone number? Does he never ride his bike?

EX 7 First read the whole text, then fill in the verbs. Use negative (contracted forms) where necessary.
At the weekend Jane often (1. to visit) visit her sister in Oxford. She (2. to live) lives in Canterbury so she (3. to drive) drives for 2 hours. They (4. to spend) spend all weekend together, only the first evening and Sunday afternoon. On Sunday Jane (5. to like) likes to get up early. She (6. to like) likes to sleep in until 11 o'clock. After that she and her sister (7.to visit) visits some friends. Her sister (8. to wake up) wakes up before 7 o'clock on Saturdays. She (9. to work) works in a supermarket and she (10. to get) gets home until 9 o'clock in the evening.

EX8 First read the answers, then complete the questions. Use these verbs: to like - to start - to enjoy - to go - to do - to do - to teach - to work
1. What do you work? 2. Do you like it? 3. What time do you start in the morning? 4. Do you work on Saturdays? 5. How do you go to work? 6. And your wife. What does she work? 7. What does she teach? 8. Does she enjoy her job? I work in a factory. It's okay. At 8 o'clock. Sometimes. Usually by bike. She's a teacher. Mathematics. Yes, she loves it.