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AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS. examples. Unit 2 Everyday life. m ultiple choice. correct form. NEGATIVE STATEMENTS. examples. fill-in-the-blank. opposites. ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY. examples. practice. PRESENT SIMPLE – STATEMENTS: Affirmative statements . grammar. unit. 2.

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Affirmative statements

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

  • examples

Unit 2

Everyday life

  • multiple choice

  • correct form

NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

  • examples

  • fill-in-the-blank

  • opposites

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

  • examples

  • practice


Affirmative statements

PRESENT SIMPLE – STATEMENTS: Affirmative statements

grammar

unit

2

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

Examples

  • examples

I practice speaking.

Youreada lot of books.

Hecooksat a restaurant.

She watchesmovies.

We walk together everyday.

Theyeat at the cafe.

  • multiple choice

  • correct form

NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

  • examples

  • fill-in-the-blank

  • opposites

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

  • examples

  • practice


Affirmative statements

PRESENT SIMPLE – STATEMENTS: Affirmative statements

grammar

unit

2

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

Multiple choice

  • examples

Choose the correct verb.

  • multiple choice

  • correct form

  • She _________ her job is good.

NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

likes

thinks

eat

  • examples

  • fill-in-the-blank

  • opposites

  • I _________ coffee.

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

wants

drink

likes

  • examples

  • practice

  • They _________ at the pool.

drinks

swims

swim

  • We _________ English together.

practice

thinks

speaks


Affirmative statements

PRESENT SIMPLE – STATEMENTS: Affirmative statements

grammar

unit

2

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

Practice

  • examples

Give the correct form of the verb.

Example:

You drink coffee.

  • multiple choice

  • correct form

NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

  • examples

  • fill-in-the-blank

  • opposites

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

  • examples

  • practice


Affirmative statements

PRESENT SIMPLE – STATEMENTS: Negative statements

grammar

unit

2

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

Examples

  • examples

I don’teat breakfast.

You don’twatch movies.

He doesn’tlisten.

We don’twash the dishes.

They don’tlike him.

  • multiple choice

  • correct form

NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

  • examples

  • fill-in-the-blank

  • opposites

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

  • examples

  • practice


Affirmative statements

PRESENT SIMPLE – STATEMENTS: Negative statements

grammar

unit

2

Practice

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

Write the correct form of do in the blank.

  • examples

  • multiple choice

A: Do you like walking?

B: No, I __________ . I like driving.

  • correct form

NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

don’t

  • examples

  • fill-in-the-blank

A: Does she work in a bank?

B: No, she __________ . She’s a teacher.

  • opposites

doesn’t

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

  • examples

A: What do you want for lunch?

B: I __________ know. What do you want?

  • practice

don’t

A: Are they going home?

B: I __________ think so. They want to stay out all night.

don’t

A: I heard that he is dating Terri.

B: No way. She __________ like guys like him.

doesn’t


Affirmative statements

PRESENT SIMPLE – STATEMENTS: Negative statements

grammar

unit

2

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

Practice

  • examples

Write the opposite of what you hear.

  • multiple choice

  • correct form

Example:

NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

  • examples

I don’t cook very well.

  • fill-in-the-blank

  • opposites

She doesn’t like coffee.

They don’t sit and talk.

We don’t think it’s a good idea.

I don’t go shopping.

He doesn’t eat breakfast.

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

  • examples

  • practice


Affirmative statements

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

grammar

unit

2

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

Examples

  • examples

  • multiple choice

  • 100%

  • 0%

  • He alwayseats breakfast.

  • She usuallywatches TV at night.

  • They sometimes argue.

  • We never notice anything.

  • correct form

NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

  • examples

  • fill-in-the-blank

  • opposites

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

  • examples

  • practice


Affirmative statements

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

grammar

unit

2

AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS

Practice

  • examples

  • multiple choice

Finish the questions and write an answer.

  • correct form

NEGATIVE STATEMENTS

  • examples

How often do you eat _______?

How often do you drink _______?

How often do you watch _______?

How often does your friend _______?

How often does your family _______?

  • fill-in-the-blank

  • opposites

ADVERBS OF FREQUENCY

  • examples

  • practice