Part I 1. The nurse worked (careful / carefully) with the sick child. She was a very (careful / carefully) worker. 2. The girl is (happy/happily). She plays (happy/happily) with her toys. 3. This novel is very (interesting / interestingly). The author writes (interesting / interestingly).
Part II 4. She made a note of my new address. 5. Please note that the library is closed on Monday. • After work, I drink a glass of cold water. 7. She waters the plants because they are dry.
Simple present: to be (ser, estar) Plural • We are • You are • They are Singular • I am • You are • He/she/it/Maria is
Simple Present: to have (tener) • Singular • I have • You have • He/she/it has • Plural • We have • You have • They have
Forming the Regular Simple Present Singular I walk. You walk. He/she/it/José/my sister walks. • Use base form. Add -s to he/she/it subjects. Plural We walk. You walk. They walk.
Examples Strategy: Find the subject and substitute the correct pronoun. Then use the chart to select the verb form. He/she/it/Maria is Angel is a new student. We have My friend and I have a good relationship.
Part III 8. Isabel and Marcos (are / have) 18 years old. 9. Ambar(have / has) a math exam on Monday. 10. Carlos and Pedro (have / has) a class together during the morning. 11. I (am / is) a student at the University of Puerto Rico in Mayagüez. 12. Susane(go / goes) to class every day. She (is/has) very smart. 13. Jiovanninever (clean / cleans) his room. It (is / are) always dirty. 14. Emanuel sometimes (study / studies) at night, but he (prefer / prefers) to study in the morning.