Using the Simple Present and Present ProgressiveInterrogative Forms Part Two Lesson One MLF- LO_2_11.1
Lesson Objectives • This lesson will introduce you to theINFORMATIONquestion forms oftheSIMPLE PRESENTandPRESENT PROGRESSIVEtenses. • By the end of this lesson, you should be able to IDENTIFY and PRODUCE sentences using theINFORMATIONquestion forms oftheSIMPLE PRESENTandPRESENT PROGRESSIVE. This lesson will take you approximately one hour to complete.
USING THESIMPLE PRESENTTO MAKE QUESTIONS • If you want to make a question using theSIMPLE PRESENT, just follow this pattern: AUXILIARY + SUBJECT + BASE FORM OF VERB • Take a look at these examples: AUXILIARYSUBJECTBASE FORM Willy Chirinowritessongs.DoesWilly Chirinowritesongs? He and his wife playthe guitar Do theyplaythe guitar? Lissettelikesto dance. Does Lissette liketo dance?
Using BE • If the main verb of the sentence isBE, then you doNOTuse DO/DOES in the question. Let me show you what I mean: AM / IS / ARE SUBJECT Willy Chirinois Lisette’s husband. Ishe Lissette’s husband? Theyaremarried. Arethey married?