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PRESENT SIMPLE 1. Write the verbs in Present Simple. a) Nicks father __________ (work) in London.

b) His office __________ (be: am/is /are ) in a big building. c) Every morning he __________ (get up) at six oclock. d) He __________ (wash) in cold water. e) He __________ (eat) eggs and toast for breakfast. f) He __________ (drink) orange juice for breakfast. g) He __________ (put on) his jeans and jacket. h) Then he __________ (run) to the railway station. i) He always __________ (take) his umbrella. j) He __________ (buy) a newspaper and __________ (read) it on the train. k) In the evening he __________ (come) back home at five oclock. l) After dinner he sometimes __________ (watch) television. m) He never __________ (go) to the cinema.

2. Write the correct form of the verb -s ,-es, -ies I / We / You / They fix try play match write do say cry finish study He / She / It fixes I / We / You / They buy stay fly work miss go brush love take wash He / She / It

3. Write the verbs in Present Simple. have / do / write / cry / go / speak / sleep read / eat / watch / want / fly / drink 1. My mother and I jam and toast . We milk every morning. 2. My cousin English very well. 3. Dana and her friends the homework together. 4. She in the afternoon because she is very tired. 5. My father us a story every evening. 6. I a letter to my new friend twice a month. 7. At 7 o'clock in the morning we to the market . 8. My sister and I to buy this beautiful house . 9. The pupils a grammar test once a week 10. My grandfather movies on TV every Tuesday. 11. The little baby a lot at night. 12. Mr.Bean to New York every year.

4. What is correct ? doesn't or don't ? 1. I doesn't /don't like banana ice cream. 2. She doesn't /don't speak Japanese well. 3. Mr. Sharon doesn't /don't play the guitar. 4. My father doesn't /don't like classical music . 5. We doesn't /don't want to buy a new car this year. 6. They doesn't /don't live in Madrid. They live in Peru. 7. Tomatoes doesn't /don't grow on trees. 8. He likes swimming, he doesn't /don't like windsurfing. 9. Danna is my new girl friend. Her mother doesn't /don't like me. 10. I and Tom doesn't /don't keep pets at home. 11. The snakes doesn't /don't have legs.

5. Questions/ Write Do or Does. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. __________ you cook in your family? __________ she speak Italian? __________ he go to the cinema on Saturdays? __________ your little brother like meat? __________ they write the homework alone?

6. __________ you walk in this park in the evening? 7. __________ Anna sing in French? 8. __________ Tommy love swimming? 9. __________ this girl like running? 10. __________ Mark and Sandra read books?

POSSESSIVE ADJECTIVES AND PRONOUNS 6. Type the correct word in the boxes below. my your his its our their her

1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9.

The boy likes school. Mary sees mother every day. My friends bring children to our place on Saturdays. The cat eats food quickly. I often forget key. You write in book in class. We bring pencils to class. The men always bring wives to the party. Mr Adams teaches class in the morning.

10. She likes to give presents to grandchildren. 7. Add the correct possessive adjective or pronoun. Example: I have a pencil, it's my pencil. It's mine. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. She has a book, it's book. It's . You have an umbrella, it's umbrella. It's . They have some magazines, they're magazines. They're . Here is Bob's house. It's house. These are Tom and Jackie's bags. They're bags. I have a puppy. It's . Tyler's brother has a new apartment. It's .

8. Choose whether each sentence requires a possessive adjective or a possessive pronoun: EX: That car is not his. It's mine. (possessive pronoun) OR That's my car. (possessive adjective) 1. She's not his friend, she's (my/mine). 2. Robert didn't drink his own coffee. He drank (her/hers). 3. That is one of (hers/her) friends. 4. His neighborhood is safe, while (my/mine) neighborhood isn't. 5. His neighborhood is safe, while (my/mine) isn't. 6. Did (your/yours) mother call? 7. I don't know (them/their) very well. 8. I don't know (them/their) daughter very well. 9. I talked to (my/me) grandmother for three hours last night. 10. I think I got my notes mixed up with (your/yours).