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Negative and interrogative of basic tenses




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NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE OF BASIC VERBS
 

TO BE:

We are

We aren’t

Are we?

He is

He isn’t

Is he?

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

(TO BE+ ____ING)

We are dancing

We aren’t dancing

Are we dancing?

She is drinking

She isn’t drinking

Is she drinking?

CAN/ MUST…

You can read

You can’t read

Can you read?

He must study

He mustn’t study

Must he study?

PRESENT SIMPLE (WITH DO/DOES) 1 WORD IN AFFIRMATIVE)

James watches

James doesn’t watch

Does James watch?

They like

They don’t like

Do they like?

PAST SIMPLE (WITH DID) 1 WORD IN AFFIRMATIVE

James watched

James didn’t watch

Did James watch?

They went

They didn’t go

Did they go?

MAKE THE NEGATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE OF THESE SENTENCES 
 

Affirmative

Negative

Questions

She likes pizza

   

John is studying at the moment

   

They bought a house

   

She is a good teacher

   

We played football

   

She is wearing underpants

   

She drank coke

   

They drive a van

   

We can speak Spanish

   

They sold their car

   

Our parents live in Jamaica