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POSITIVE, NEGATIVE AND

INTERROGATIVE
STATEMENTS
1. Verb to be 3. Verb to
have
2. Action Verbs 4. Modal Verbs
1. Verb to be

Positive/ Affirmative (+) Negative (-) (not) Interrogative/ Question (?)


a) She is hungry. She is not hungry. Is she hungry?
(isnt)
b) They are best friends. They are not best friends. Are they best friends?
(arent)
c) He is watching movies. He is not watching movies. Is he watching movies?
(isnt)
d) They were having dinner. They were not having dinner. Were they having dinner?
(werent)
2. Action Verbs (do, does, did Verb to do

Positive/ Affirmative (+) Negative (-) (not) Interrogative/ Question (?)


a) She runs fast. She does not run fast. Does she run fast?
(doesnt)
b) They eat a lot. They do not eat a lot. Do they eat a lot?
(dont)
c) We met him yesterday. We did not meet him yesterday. Did we meet him yesterday?
(didnt)
d) I saw them last week. I did not see them last week. Did you see them last week?
(didnt)
3. Verb to have
i) Ownership

Positive/ Affirmative (+) Negative (-) (not) Interrogative/ Question (?)

a) She has a pet dog. She does not have a pet dog. Does she have a pet dog?

b) They have new bicycles. They do not have new Do they have new bicycles?
bicycles.

c) She has instant noodles for She does not have instant Does she have instant noodles
dinner. noodles for dinner. for dinner.
ii) Present Perfect (have/has) + Present Participle (PP)

Positive/ Affirmative (+) Negative (-) (not) Interrogative/ Question (?)

a) He has sold his car. He has not sold his car. Has he sold his car?

b) They have painted that They have not painted that Have they painted that room?
room. room.

c) They have gone to Pulau They have not gone to Pulau Have they gone to Pulau
Tiomon. Tioman. Tioman?
iii) have to
Positive/ Affirmative (+) Negative (-) (not) Interrogative/ Question (?)

a) She has to give the parcel to She does not have to give the Does she have to give the
him. parcel to him. parcel to him?

b) They have to finish the They do not have to finish the Do they have to finish the
work. work. work?

c) I have to pay the fee. I do not have to pay the fee. Do you have to pay the fee?
4) Modal Verbs (can, could, will, would, may, might,
shall, should, must)

Positive/ Affirmative (+) Negative (-) (not) Interrogative/ Question (?)

a) You must inform her about You must not inform her Must you inform her about
this. about this. this?

b) I will see her tomorrow. I will not see her tomorrow. Will you see her tomorrow?

c) He could use my car. He could not use my car. Could he use my car?