Overview

lesson 1 - Overview
LESSON 1. PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE

Look at the pictures, read translation and try to understand and remember when do we use the Present Simple Tense.

gr section 1 - Overview

Present Simple Tense is used with the following time markers:

Every day: He works every day.

Regularly, Usually, Often, Seldom, Sometimes, Always, Once a week, year ……….

gr sec 2 - Overview

1. After he, she, it: Verb + e (es) 2. Interrogative Sentence 3. Negative Sentence
He

She

It

works
jumps
reads
goes
does
Do I work?
Do we jump?
Do they read?
Does he go?
Does she do?
Does it eat?
No, I do not work.
No, we do not jump.
No, they do not read.
No, he does not go.
No, she does not do.
No, it does not eat.
1. Facts 2. Regular, repeated actions 3. Events that happen on schedule
Water boils at 100 degrees Celsius. We go to school by bus. The shop closes at 7 o’clock.

no es - Overview

In sentences with he, she, it, the auxiliary verb “do” has an ending – es. That is why the main verb doesn’t have an ending – s or – es.

examples - Overview

He does his home work every day. She exercises regularly.
I usually wake up at 7 o’clock in the morning. They watch TV very often.
Speaking Exercise 1. Look at the grammar lingvocards, listen and repeat after the speaker. Then pause the video and try to make and pronounce sentences by yourself.

gr aff - Overview

I like ice cream.
He works hard.
He reads books often.
She lives in Bangkok.
She writes letters often.
It goes fast.
You study at school.
You learn English.
You eat apples often.
You drink water every day.
We sleep well.
We exercise regularly.
They watch TV often.
They cook at home seldom.

gr inter - Overview

Do I like ice cream?
Does he work hard?
Does he read books often?
Does she live in Bangkok?
Does she write letters often?
Does it go fast?
Do you study at school?
Do you learn English?
Do you eat apples often?
Do you drink water every day?
Do we sleep well?
Do we exercise regularly?
Do they watch TV often?
Do they cook at home seldom?

gr neg - Overview

No, I do not like ice cream.
No, he does not work hard.
No, he doesn’t read books often.
No, she doesn’t live in Bangkok.
No, she doesn’t write letters often.
No, it doesn’t go fast.
No, you do not study at school.
No, you don’t learn English.
No, you don’t eat apples often.
No, you don’t drink water every day.
No, we don’t sleep well.
No, we don’t exercise regularly.
No, they don’t watch TV often.
No, they don’t cook at home seldom.
Speaking Exercise 2. Look at the color schemes, listen and repeat after the speaker.

col sch 1 - Overview

I like ice cream. 
Do I like ice cream? 
No, I don’t like ice cream. 
Who likes ice cream?   
What do I like? 
She goes to school on Mondays.
Does she go to school on Mondays? 
No, she doesn’t go to school on Mondays.
Who goes to school on Mondays?
What does she do on Mondays?
Where does she go to on Mondays?
When does she go to school?
What days does she go to school?
Why does she go to school on Mondays?
Speaking Exercise 5. Look at the talking lingvocard, listen and repeat after the speaker.
talk lc1 - Overview
I eat ice cream every day.
We eat ice cream every day.
No, she doesn’t go to school often.
No, he doesn’t go to school often.
Do you exercise regularly?
No, she doesn’t go to school often.
No, it doesn’t go to school often.
Do they exercise regularly?
No, it doesn’t go to school often.
Do they exercise regularly?
No, he doesn’t go to school often.
Do you exercise regularly?
I eat ice cream every day.
Do they exercise regularly?
No, it doesn’t go to school often.
Do they exercise regularly?
No, he doesn’t go to school often.
Do they exercise regularly?
No, she doesn’t go to school often.
We eat ice cream every day.

 

 

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