talk – read – listen – learn-write – speak I, you, we, they, plural : verb e.g: I talk, you talk, we talk, they talk, Ahmad and Noura talk, the boys talk She, he, it, singular : verb + s She talks, he talks, it talks, Sara talks, Ahmad talks.
1. Everyday activities and habits • I drink three cups of coffee a day.
2. Statements of facts Mark speaks three languages.
3. Opinions • Teacher Jack doesn’t teach English very well. - I don’t like music.
Existing conditions • I hear noise. • I need to read more. • I believe in myself.
Negative statements Do not : don’t I – we – you – they – plural I don’t, we don’t, you don’t, they don’t, Ahmad and Hoda don’t, the boys don’t. Does not: doesn’t He – she – it – singular He doesn’t, she doesn’t, it doesn’t, the boy doesn’t, Noura doesn’t
Lu doesn’t speak Arabic. • I don’t like this girl. • She doesn’t wake up at 7 every day. • Noura and Hoda don’t hear the noise outside.
A form of do comes before the subject in yes/no questions. - Sara speaks three languages. Does Sara speak three languages?? Yes, she does. No, she doesn’t
The boys study together every day. Do the boys study together every day? • Yes, they do. • No, they don’t.