EXAMPLE: I love pizza. ⇒ I don’t lovepizza.
1 He is a student. ⇒ He (isn’t) a student. +
2 Peter works in an office. ⇒ Peter (doesn’t) in an office. +
3 My parents live in Arizona. ⇒ My parents (don’t) in Arizona. +
4 Suzan likes cats. ⇒ Suzan (like) cats. –
5 He has brothers and sisters. ⇒ He (hasn’t) any brothers or sisters. +
6 She speaks three languages. ⇒ She (speak) three languages. –
7 John and I want to be musicians. ⇒ John and I (wants) to be musicians. –
8 They play tennis. ⇒ They (plays) tennis. –
9 She gets home late. ⇒ She (get) home late. –
10 Anna and Paul live in the center. ⇒ Anna and Paul (live) in the center. –
2.omplete the following sentences choosing the correct present simple or present continuous forms.
You can take the newspaper. I _ it. a.‘m not reading b.don’t read c.‘m not read 2 I _ to work by car, but today I’m going by bus.
- You can take the newspaper. I — it
- a.‘m not reading+
- b.don’t read
- c.‘m not read
2. I _____ to work by car, but today I’m going by bus.
a.usually go –
b.‘m usually going –
c.usually going –
3‘Where is John?’ ‘He _____ a shower.’
4. I _____ sport very often.
a.‘m not doing
c.‘m not do
- Write the past simple forms of the regular verbs in brackets to complete these sentences.
1 I studied (study) all night yesterday.
2 We plaied (play) poker after dinner.
3 After escaping from prison, he robed (rob) a bank.
4 He started (start) playing chess at the age of 7.
5 We arrived (arrive) home very late.
6 We visited (visit) the Louvre while we were in Paris.
7 He tried (try) to escape.
8 I stoped (stop) smoking when I was 30.
9 When I was a child, I hated (hate) fish.
10 We really enjoied (enjoy) the concert. 5