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PRESENT SIMPLE

1. CHOOSE:

 get up wake up                       go to school go to the cinema         

 have breakfast drink                  write read a book

 play tennis watch TV                  do homework visit friends

  have a shower have a bath          have a shower have a bath

 go to bed go to school                play football play tennis

 

2. WRITE:

example: I / you / we / they P L A Y  but!   he / she / it  P L A Y S (! go - goes, do - does, have -has

 She usually  up at 7 o'clock.       He usually  his HW at half past six.

 He usually  to bed at 8 o'clock.   She usually  tennis on Fridays.

 They  to school every morning.       I usually  a shower in the morning.

 He usually  a shower on Sundays.   She usually  a book in the evening.

  She usually  breakfast at 7.30.    They usually  TV from 5 to 7 o'clock.

 

       


 

 

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