LESSON 1 Simple Present: Affirmative Statements Doctor Bugs Most people don’t like bugs, but Doctor Mark Moffet loves them! You are an engineer. verb to do in the present simple. My dog never sleep / sleeps in the living room. 1. 2. 6. She worked hard for her grades this year. He didn’t dance all … 8. Are you an engineer? Present Simple Tense – Affrimative, Negative Interrogative; Affirmative Negative Interrogative I live I don’t live Do I live? 5. Present Simple Tense, Affirmative, Negative and Interrogative Examples Affirmative Negative Interrogative I am a doctor. Jane / take the bus to School 2. James never (make) the bed. Is he at home? John / go to school 5. She is my sister. It is not a dog. It did work. He studied the simple present chapter. An entomologist studies bugs. He lives He doesn’t live Does he live? We _____ (eat) hamburguers. Use Present Simple affirmative. She didn’t clean her desk. 4. Repeated actions Use the present simple tense to express the idea that an action is repeated or usual. Claire never (eat) fish. 3. 1. Aurora and Mia never (go) out with friends. 2. She didn’t work too hard for her grades this year. He is not at home. For this writing activity, the students will use the present simple to create statements from a list of prompts on the board. A. 7. Complete the sentences with the correct form of the verb in brackets. It is a dog. I am not a doctor. Complete the sentences. He get up / gets up at eight o’clock in the morning. PRESENT SIMPLE AFFIRMATIVE exercise. He is at home. My brother _____ (play) football. Do / Does she study English everyday? Am I a doctor? My sister sometimes (go) to dance classes. te Spelling Tip. You live You don’t live Do you live? He / study English in the morning 4. This means we have to add –es in the 3rd person singular (he, she, it) while the main verb will be used in the infinitive. Charlie ... (learn) English. 1. 6. You are not an engineer. He’s a photographer and an entomologist. In the present simple 3rd person singular (he, she, it), add s, es, or ies to the base form of the verb. It didn’t work. The Doctor Moffett’s favorite bug is the ant. David _____ table-tennis. Is she my sister? In fact, his nickname is Doctor Bugs. Complete the sentences, choosing the correct form of the verb in brackets. It lives It doesn’t live Does it love? Present simple affirmative and interrogative study guide by Florencesot includes 30 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. He danced excellent flamenco. She lives She doesn’t live Does she live? She cleaned her desk to study better. 3. You live You don’t live Dou you live? 7. She is not my sister. We live We don’t live Do we live? I _____ (study) French. He didn’t study the simple present chapter. He help / helps her mother to clean the kitchen. EXAMPLE: 1. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades. Add the following to the board and have students make affirmative and negative sentences: 1. (play/plays) 2. STUDY: PRESENT SIMPLE AFFIRMATIVE USE We use the simple present to talk about: repeated actions, facts and generalizations. I / like bacon sandwiches 3. 2. Rosie never (study) at the library. He goes all over the world to study ants.