Habits And Routines

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Published on February 21, 2009

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Habits and routines The simple present tense

Affirmative sentences Subject + verb 3rd person singular = + “s” Some verbs = + “-es”/“-ies ” He goes , she studies , Manuel watches tv, ….etc.

Subject + verb

3rd person singular = + “s”

Some verbs = + “-es”/“-ies ”

He goes , she studies , Manuel watches tv, ….etc.

Negatives Subject + don’t + verb Subject + doesn’t + verb

Subject + don’t + verb

Subject + doesn’t + verb

Questions (Wh-) + do + subject + verb? (Wh-) + does + subject + verb?

(Wh-) + do + subject + verb?

(Wh-) + does + subject + verb?

SOME EXAMPLES I get up at 7.30 in the morning. I don’t drink whisky in the morning. My dad works in a factory. Fernando doesn’t sleep at the school. School finishes at 4. Elena speaks English very well. plays tennis in the afternoon. … .. And you?

I get up at 7.30 in the morning.

I don’t drink whisky in the morning.

My dad works in a factory.

Fernando doesn’t sleep at the school.

School finishes at 4.

Elena speaks English very well.

plays tennis in the afternoon.

… .. And you?

AND SOME MORE ….. Does Tomás’ mum speak Spanish? What time do you get up? Do you watch the news on TV? Does it rain a lot in Málaga? Do your friends read comics? Easy!!!

Does Tomás’ mum speak Spanish?

What time do you get up?

Do you watch the news on TV?

Does it rain a lot in Málaga?

Do your friends read comics?

Easy!!!

REMEMBER … when we describe habits, we often use some particular TIME EXPRESSIONS.

Adverbs of frequency Always Usually Often Sometimes Never

Always

Usually

Often

Sometimes

Never

And other expressions … Every day, every Saturday, every summer, every… On Mondays, on Sunday mornings ... In the evenings, at the weekends… Once / twice …..a day / a week / a month …. 3 / 4 / 5 times a day / year …

Every day, every Saturday, every summer, every…

On Mondays, on Sunday mornings ...

In the evenings, at the weekends…

Once / twice …..a day / a week / a month ….

3 / 4 / 5 times a day / year …

The End Don’t forget to revise the Grammar Appendix in your Workbooks!

Don’t forget to revise the Grammar Appendix in your Workbooks!

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