PRESENT SIMPLE. She lives in London. They usually take the bus to work. She doesn’t like this kind of music . The film starts at 8:30. Facts Habits and repeated actions To talk about thoughts or feelings (what we like, want, think or know )
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I/you/we/they do not know / don’t know
he/she/it does not know / doesn’t know
do I/you/we/they know
does he/she/it know
I am/’m starting
you/we/they are/’re starting
he/she/it is/’s starting
I am not/’m not starting
you/we/they are not/’re not/aren’t starting
he/she/it is not/’s not/isn’t starting
Am I starting
Are you/we/they starting
Is he/she/it starting
- The water is boiling. Can you turn it off?
I like French films. (NOT I’m liking French films)
We use state verbs to talk about THOUGHTS (e.g. believe, know, seem, think, understand), FEELINGS (e.g. agree, hope, like, love, want, need), EXISTENCE (be), POSSESSION (e.g. have, belong, own), and THE PROPERTIES OF SOMETHING (e.g. cost, contain, include, mean)
Don’t put the dictionary away. I _______ (use) it.
Don’t put the dictionary away. I _______ (need) it.
Who’s that man? What _________________ (he/want)?
Who’s that man? Why _________________ (he/look) at us?
Alan says he’s 80 years old, but nobody ________ (believe) him.
She told me her name, but I ___________ (not/remember) it now.
I _______ (think) you should sell your car. You ___________ (not/use) it very often.
Air ________ (consist) mainly of nitrogen and oxygen.