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The Present Simple

 
A. Label the pictures using the verbs in the box:
 

* sing * write * wait * sleep * clean * watch * work * think * feel * walk * feed * have * make * study * tell * meet * get up * go * play * talk * take * listen * swim * read * dry * wash * invent *

                                               
 
1. He  early.         2. But she  late.         3. She  the house.        4. He  a cake.        5. He  breakfast.
 
 
                                                                         
 
6. She  a bath.      7. She  her hair.        8. She  her hair.      9. He  the dog.        10. He  happy.
    
                                                                      
 
11. He  tv.         12. He  video games.          13. He  in the sea.      14. She  to music.      15. She .
 
                                                                                     
 
16. He  to school.              17. She  to school by bus.        18. She  a letter.          19. She  a magazine.   
 
 
                                                                    
 
20. He  on the phone.        21. She  a secret.         22. He  in construction.     23. He  things.       24. The cat
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      about fish.
                              
25. They  at work.          26. They  for the bus.           27. They  together.
 
 
 
 
B. Transform the sentences into questions:
 
                  1. You get up at 7 o'clock.  -   ?
            2. They talk on the telephone every day.   -   ?
            3. We study together after school.   -   ?
            4. He works in a hospital.   -   ?
                  5. She watches films on tv.   -   ?
                  6. The cat goes to the park.   -   ?
                  7. My mother and I clean the house.   -   ?
                  8. My father washes the car at weekends.   -   ?
                  9. Paula dries her hair.   -   ?
                10. The woman feeds her dog.   -   ?
 
 
 
C. Choose the correct negative form:
 
                 1. John  a taxi to work.
 
                 2. We  to music in our car.
 
                 3. The dog  in the lake.
 
                 4. They  a lot of books.
 
                 5. I  to strangers.
 
                 6. She  to school by bicycle.
 
                 7. My sister  early every day.
 
                 8. School  at 8 o'clock.
 
 
Your teacher,
Telma Santos
              

 

       


 

 

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