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Ingles III (Universidad Tecnológica del Perú)

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INGLÉS III – HANDOUT


PRESENT SIMPLE

PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE

USES:

▪ To express habits, general truths, repeated actions or unchanging


situations, emotions and wishes:
I smoke (habit); I work in London (unchanging situation); London is
a large city (general truth)
▪ To give instructions or directions:
You walk for two hundred meters, then you turn left.
▪ To express fixed arrangements, present or future:
Your exam starts at 09.00
▪ To express future time, after some conjunctions: after, when, before,
as soon as, until:
He'll give it to you when you come next Saturday

THIRD PERSON SINGULAR

▪ In the third person singular the verb always ends in -s:


he wants, she needs, he gives, she thinks.
▪ Negative and question forms use DOES (= the third person of the
auxiliary 'DO') + the infinitive of the verb.
He wants ice cream. Does he want strawberry? He does not want
vanilla.
▪ Verbs ending in -y : the third person changes the -y to -ies:
fly --> flies, cry --> cries
Exception: if there is a vowel before the -y:
play --> plays, pray --> prays
▪ Add -es to verbs ending in:-ss, -x, -sh, -ch:
he passes, she catches, he fixes, it pushes

I .- CHANGE the verb into the correct form.


1. I usually go (go) to school.
2. They visit (visit) us often.
3. You play (play) basketball once a week.

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4. Tom Works (work) every day.


5. He always tells (tell) us fanny stories.
6. She never helps (help) me with that.
7. Martha and Kevin swim (swim) twice a week.
8. In this club people usually dance (dance) a lot.
9. Linda takes care (take care) of her sister.
10. John rarely leaves (leave) the country.
11. We live (live) in the city most of the year.
12. Lorie travels (travel) to Paris every Sunday.
13. I bakes (bake) cookies twice a month.
14. You always teach (teach) me new things.
15. She helps (help) the kids of the neighborhood.
16. London is (be) in England.
17. The summer is (be) hot.
18. She drives (drive) very well.
19. They open (open) the store at 8:00.
20. Linda is (be) a very pretty girl.
21. I have (have) several jobs.
22. Water boils (boil) at 100 degrees.
23. Water freezes (freeze) at 0 degrees.
24. My sister speaks (speak) English.
25. He has (have) a big apartment.
26. A triangle has (have) three corners.
27. My birthday is (be) in June.
28. Books have (have) many pages.
29. Dogs are (be) good friends.
30. I work (work) very hard.

II .- CHANGE the verb into the correct form.


1. I go (go) to the city once a week.
2. You play (play) the guitar very well.
3. She never visits (visit) me.
4. Tom always finds (find) new ways to do things.
5. Ann wants (want) to speak.

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6. Toronto is (be) in Canada.


7. Cars have (have) wheels.
8. My mother has (have) a big house.
9. We play (play) a lot.
10. They sell (sell) fruit and eggs.
11. The building is (be) on fire.
12. Martha seems (seem) sad.
13. I usually help (help) my neighbors.
14. His brother rarely leaves (leave) the town.
15. Daniel flys (fly) to Paris once a year.
16. She never does (do) her homework.
17. Lisa tries (try) to help her sister.
18. Mark goes (go) home at seven.
19. The baby cries (cry) every night.
20. He misses (miss) her a lot.
21. Joe studies (study) really hard.
22. A boy meets (meet) a girl.
23. Joana buys (buy) new stuff all the time.
24. Tim watches (watch) his show every night.
25. Sara says (say) this all the time.
26. The teacher teaches (teach) us new things.
27. He pays (pay) me well.
28. Barbara washes (wash) the dishes and Leo washes the floor.
29. Nick palys (play) tennis twice a week.
30. The girl always pushes (push) somebody.
31. Isabella enjoys (enjoy) listening to music.
32. David never mixes (mix) milk and eggs.
33. The bee buzzes (buzz)
34. Taylor fixes (fix) cars.

III .- CHANGE the verb into the correct form.


1. I don’t ride (not ride) horses.
2. You don’t sell (not sell) cars.
3. He doesn’t bring (not bring) gifts.

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4. She doesn’t take (not take) pictures.


5. It doesn’t cost (not cost) so much.
6. We don’t seem (not seem) so happy.
7. They don’t buy (not buy) new products.
8. Michael doesn’t dance (not dance).
9. Melanie doesn’t run (not run) fast.
10. Tim and Kate don’t work (not work) every day.
11. Lucas and Clara don’t eat (not eat) meat.
12. I don’t swim (not swim) much.
13. You don’t ski (not ski) at all.
14. It doesn’t hurt (not hurt).
15. We don’t give up (not give up).

IV .- CHANGE the verb into the correct form.


1. Do I wake up (I wake up) at five in the morning?
2. Do you go (you go) to work by train?
3. Doesn’t she drink _ (she drink) coffee every morning?
4. Doesn’t he smoke (he smoke)?
5. Does it hurt (it hurt)?
6. Do we dance (we dance)?
7. Do they travel (they travel)?
8. Does Emma cook (Emma cook) well?
9. Does Alexander exercise (Alexander exercise) regularly?
10. Do I look (I look) well?
11. Do you rest (you rest) enough?
12. Does willian work (William work) too hard?
13. Do they travel (they travel) often?
14. Do Anthony go (Anthony go) to sleep too late?
15. Do you bake (you bake) cakes?

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