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I/ We / You / They
My mother and I ï¿½jam and toastï¿½. We ï¿½milk every morning.
My cousin ï¿½English very well.
Dana and her friends ï¿½the homework together.
She ï¿½in the afternoon because she is very tired.
I ï¿½a letter to myï¿½ new friend twice a month.
Atï¿½7 o'clock in the morning we ï¿½to the market .
Sheï¿½ doesn't /don't speakï¿½Japanese well.
Mr. Sharon doesn't /don't play the guitar.
My father doesn't /don'tï¿½ like classical music .
We doesn't /don'tï¿½ want to buy a new car this year.
They doesn't /don't live in Madrid. They live in Peru.
Tomatoes doesn't /don't grow on trees.
He likes swimming, he doesn't /don't like windsurfing.
Danna is my new girl friend. Her mother doesn't /don't like me.
I and Tom doesn't /don't keep pets at home.
The snakes doesn't /don't have legs.
ï¿½DoesDoï¿½you cook in your family?
ï¿½DoDoesï¿½she speak Italian?
ï¿½DoDoesï¿½he go to the cinema on Saturdays?
ï¿½DoesDoï¿½your little brotherï¿½like meat?
ï¿½DoDoesï¿½they write the homework alone?
ï¿½DoDoesï¿½you walk in this park in the evening?
ï¿½DoDoesï¿½Anna sing in French?
ï¿½DoDoesï¿½Tommy love swimming?
ï¿½DoDoesï¿½this girlï¿½like running?