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<ul><li><p>8/22/2019 Simple Present is Also Called Present Simple</p><p> 1/5</p><p>Anayeli ortega Saavedra Tic-53</p><p>Simple presentis also called present simple.</p><p>The simple present expresses an action in the</p><p>present taking place once, never or several</p><p>times. It is also used for actions that take place</p><p>one after another and for actions that are set by</p><p>a timetable or schedule. The simple present also</p><p>expresses facts in the present.</p><p>Be</p><p>Use:</p><p> am with the personal pronoun II</p><p> is with the personal pronouns he, she or it (or</p><p>with the singular form of nouns)</p><p> are with the personal pronouns we, you or they</p><p>(or with the plural form of nouns)</p><p>example: I am hungry.</p><p>affirmative negative question</p><p>I am. I am not. Am I?</p><p>He is. He is not. Is he?</p><p>You are. You are not. Are you?</p><p>have</p><p>Use:</p><p> have with the personal pronouns I, you, we</p><p>und they (or with the plural form of nouns)</p><p> has with the personal pronouns he, she, it (or</p><p>with the singular form of nouns)</p><p>example: I have a dog. / I have got a dog.</p><p>'have got' is mainly used in British English. You</p><p>can also use 'have' on its own (especially in</p><p>American English). In this case, however, you</p><p>must form negative sentences and questions</p><p>with the auxiliary verb 'do' (see 'All other verbs').</p><p>positive negative question</p><p>I/you/we/they I have</p><p>got. / I</p><p>have.</p><p>I have not</p><p>got. / I do</p><p>not have.</p><p>Have I</p><p>got? / Do</p><p>I have?</p><p>he/she/it He has</p><p>got. / He</p><p>has.</p><p>He has</p><p>not got. /</p><p>He does</p><p>not have.</p><p>Has he</p><p>got? /</p><p>Does he</p><p>have?</p><p>All other verbs</p><p> the infinite verb (play) with the personal</p><p>pronouns I, you, we and they(or with the plural</p><p>form of nouns)</p><p> the verb + s (plays) with the personal</p><p>pronouns he, she, it(or with the singular form</p><p>of nouns)</p><p>affirmativ negative question</p><p>I/you/we/they I play. I do not</p><p>play.</p><p>Do I</p><p>play?</p><p>he/she/it He plays. He does</p><p>not play.</p><p>Does he</p><p>play?</p><p>Tips on how to form n egat ive sentences andquest ions</p><p>Negative sentences and questions are formed</p><p>with the auxiliary verb 'do'.</p><p>The 3rd person singular of 'do' is 'does'. This</p><p>means that in negative sentences and questions</p><p>the 's' of the main verb is placed behind 'do'.</p><p></p></li><li><p>8/22/2019 Simple Present is Also Called Present Simple</p><p> 2/5</p><p>Anayeli ortega Saavedra Tic-53</p><p>Test</p><p>Form of Affirmative Sentences - Part 1</p><p>Choose the correct form.</p><p>1. We sometimes_________ books.</p><p>2. Emily _________ to the disco.</p><p>3. It often _________ on Sundays.</p><p>4. Pete and his sister _________ the family car.</p><p>5. I always _________ to the bus stop.</p><p>Form of Affirmative Sentences - Part 2</p><p>Put the verbs into the correct form.</p><p>1. I (to like)_______lemonade very much.</p><p>2. The girls always (to listen)_______ to pop music.</p><p>3. Janet never(to wear)__________jeans.</p><p>4. Mr Smith (to teach)________ Spanish and French.</p><p>5. You (to do)_______________your homework after school.</p><p>Negative Sentences</p><p>Make negative sentences.</p><p>1. My father makes breakfast. ________________________________</p><p>2. They are eleven. ________________________________________</p><p>3. She writes a letter. _______________________________________</p><p>4. I speak Italian. __________________________________________</p><p>5. Danny phones his father on Sundays. ________________________</p><p>6. Questions</p><p>Make questions.</p><p>1. you / to speak / English ____________________________________</p><p>2. when / he / to go / home ___________________________________</p><p>3. they / to clean / the bathroom _______________________________</p><p>4. where / she / to ride / her bike _______________________________</p><p>5. Billy / to work / in the supermarket____________________________</p><p></p></li><li><p>8/22/2019 Simple Present is Also Called Present Simple</p><p> 3/5</p><p>Anayeli ortega Saavedra Tic-53</p><p>Test 1</p><p>Part 1</p><p>Choose the correct form.</p><p>1. read</p><p>2. goes</p><p>3. rains</p><p>4. wash</p><p>5. I always hurry</p><p>Part 2</p><p>Put the verbs into the correct form.</p><p>1. I like</p><p>2. always listen</p><p>3. never wears</p><p>4. teaches</p><p>5. do</p><p>Negative Sentences</p><p>Make negative sentences.</p><p>1. My father doesn't make breakfast.</p><p>2. They aren't eleven.</p><p>3. She doesn't write a letter.</p><p>4. I don't speak Italian.</p><p>5. Danny doesn't phone his father on Sundays..</p><p>Questions</p><p>Make questions.</p><p>1. Do you speak English?</p><p>2. When does he go home?</p><p>3. Do they clean the bathroom?</p><p>4. Where does she ride her bike?</p><p>5. Does Billy work in the supermarket?</p><p>Test 2</p><p>Write the past forms of the irregular verbs.</p><p>1. leave left</p><p>2. sell sold</p><p>3. bring brought</p><p>4. shut shut</p><p>5. spend spent</p><p>Complete the table in simple past.</p><p>positiv negativ Frage</p><p>They shared aroom.</p><p>They did not share</p><p>a room.</p><p>Did they share a</p><p>room?</p><p>Marc cooked.</p><p>Marc did not cook. Did Marc cook?</p><p>Betty was</p><p>thirsty.</p><p>Betty was not</p><p>thirsty.</p><p>Was Betty thirsty?</p><p>Louis threw the</p><p>ball.</p><p>Louis did not throwthe ball.</p><p>Did Louis throw the</p><p>ball?</p><p>Henry built</p><p>houses.</p><p>Henry did not build</p><p>houses.</p><p>Did Henry buildhouses?</p><p>Put the sentences into simp le past.</p><p>1. We moved house.</p><p>2. They caught the ball.</p><p>3. He crossed the street.</p><p>4. They did not sell furniture.</p><p>5. Did she practise her English?</p><p>Write sentences in simple past.</p><p>1. missed</p><p>2. She tidied</p><p>3. did not dial</p><p>4. phoned</p><p>5. did not pass</p></li><li><p>8/22/2019 Simple Present is Also Called Present Simple</p><p> 4/5</p><p>Anayeli ortega Saavedra Tic-53</p><p>Simple Past (Past Simple)</p><p>The simple past expresses an action in the past taking place once, never, several times. It can also be used</p><p>for actions taking place one after another or in the middle of another action.</p><p>Form of Simple Past</p><p>Positive Negative Question</p><p>no differences I spoke. I did not speak. Did I speak?</p><p>For irregular verbs, use the past form (seelist of irregular verbs, 2nd column). For regular verbs, just</p><p>add ed.</p><p>Exceptions in Spelling when Adding ed</p><p>Exceptions in spelling when adding ed Example</p><p>after a final eonly add d love loved</p><p>final consonant after a short, stressed vowel</p><p>orlas final consonant after a vowel is doubled</p><p>admit admitted</p><p>travel travelled</p><p>final yafter a consonant becomes i hurry hurried</p><p>Use of Simple Past</p><p> action in the past taking place once, never or several times</p><p>Example: He visitedhis parents every weekend.</p><p> actions in the past taking place one after the other</p><p>Example: He came in, tookoff his coat and satdown.</p><p> action in the past taking place in the middle of another action</p><p>Example: When I was having breakfast, the phone suddenly rang.</p><p> if sentences type II (If I talked, ) </p><p>Example: If I hada lot of money, I would share it with you.</p><p>Signal Words of Simple Past</p><p> yesterday, 2 minutes ago, in 1990, the other day, last Friday</p><p> If-Satz Typ II (If I talked, )</p></li><li><p>8/22/2019 Simple Present is Also Called Present Simple</p><p> 5/5</p><p>Anayeli ortega Saavedra Tic-53</p><p>Test 2</p><p>Write the past form s of the ir regular verbs.</p><p>1. leave </p><p>2. sell 3. bring </p><p>4. shut </p><p>5. spend </p><p>Complete the table in simp le past .</p><p>positive negative Question</p><p>They shared a room.</p><p>Marc did not cook.</p><p>Was Betty thirsty?</p><p>Louis did not throw the ball.</p><p>Did Henry build houses?</p><p>Put the sentences into simp le past .</p><p>1. We move house. </p><p>2. They catch the ball. </p><p>3. He crosses the street. </p><p>4. They do not sell furniture. </p><p>5. Does she practise her English? </p><p>Write sentences in simple past .</p><p>1. Janet / the bus / miss</p><p>2. she / her room / tidy</p><p>3. not / Rupert / the number / dial</p><p>4. she / a friend / phone</p><p>5. not / Andy / the ball / pass</p><p> </p></li></ul>