REGULAR VERBS[editar | editar código-fonte]
He, She, It works
I don't/do not work
You don't/do not work
He, She, It doesn't/does not work
We don't/do not work
They don't/do not work
Do I, You, We, They ... work?
Does He, She, It ... work?
YES I, You, We, They ... do.
NO I, You, We, They ... don't
YES He, She, It ... does
NO He, She, It ... doesn't
QUESTIONS WORDS WITH is / are
What's your name? Where are your parents?
QUESTION WORDS WITH does / do
What do you do? Where does he live?
PRESENT SIMPLE: third person singular
You add -s to most verbs as in ... Takes and Gets.
You add -es to DO & GO and verbs ending in -ch, -ss, -sh and -x as in ... Goes, Does, Watches, Finishes.
You add -ies to verbs ending in -y as in ... Carries and Tries.
You use the present simple:
1. To talk about customs and habits (In my country men go to restaurants on their own).
2. To talk about routine activities (He gets up at 6.30am).
3. To talk about a habit (He smokes twenty cigarettes a day).
4. To talk about a personal characteristic (She plays the piano).
5.To talk about a general truth (You change money in a bank).