Practice 1: Write the third person singular of the verbs in the list in the correct box. dance finish study open mix pray put miss like dry do catch wash say cry copy watch play pass begin
Practice 2: Write the third person singular of the verbs in the correct box. Read them aloud. laugh kiss read look speak kick put catch drive brush ride walk open jump play know cough see dance close help listen watch wash travel write lose eat rain change
Practice 3: Rewrite the sentences, putting the adverb in brackets in the place.
Practice 3: Rewrite the sentences, putting the adverb in brackets in the place. • Is he always on time for work? • Karen sometimes has cereal for breakfast. • Paul doesn’t usually listen to music in the evening. • The children rarely help with housework. • Must you always play your music so loud? • Sheila can never park her car properly.
Practice 1 + ing • studying mending trying cooking sleeping -iey + ing • lie lying • die dying -e ing • diving writing taking Double Consonant + ing swimming shopping stopping sitting
Practice 2: Look at the picture and put the verbs in the brackets into the present continuous.
What does the nurse do? She looks after patients. Is she looking after patients now? No, she isn’t. She’s reading a book. • What does the mad do? She cleans the house. Is she cleaning the house now? No, she isn’t. She’s talking on the phone. • What does the vet do? He treats animals. Is he treating animals now? No, he isn’t. He’s listening to music.
What does a mechanic do? He repairs cars. Is he repairing cars? No, he isn’t. He’s eating a sandwich. • What does the waiter do? He serves customers. Is he serving customers now? No, he isn’t. He’s reading a newspaper.
Practice 3: Put the verbs in the brackets into the present simple or present continuous.
Practice 3: Put the verbs in the brackets into the present simple or present continuous. • does this sign mean • usually meet • is training • owns • are playing • doesn’t usually have • buys • are not going • Does Pierre speak / speaks
Do I know • think • is starring • is • is he coming • need • loves • enjoys • is he staying • wants • doesn’t like • is staying
am writing • am repairing • usually ride • start • finish • have • am working • am • is leaving • worry
Correct the mistakes. • Steve is going finishing tomorrow. • Rebecca washes her hair every day. • I visit my grandparents every week. • Tim doesn’t want to do his homework. • He is sitting on the floor at the moment. • Do you always watch TV in the evenings? • Sarah drinks coffee every morning. • They don’t usually go on holiday in May. • Does she work late? No, she never does. • Peter is looking for a new house at the moment.