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To know: the formation & the usage of Present Simple; types of questions.
To be able to: open the brackets using the verbs in the correct grammar form; ask & answer the questions in Present Simple.
Open the brackets Their aunt (to live) in London. My mother usually (to get) up at 7 o’clock. We (to learn) English. He (to speak) English well. Children often (to ski) and (to skate) in winter.
The key: Their aunt lives in London. My mother usually gets up at 7 o’clock.. 3 л. ед.ч 3 л. ед.ч We learn English. 2 л.мн.ч He speaks English well. 3 л.ед.ч Children often ski and skate in winter. 3 л.мн.ч
Open the brackets My friends (to like/not) to play chess. Dick (to speak/not) English. They (to go/not) to school. Mary (to work/not) in a bank. Sarah & Kate (to like/not) milk.
The key: My friends don’t like to play chess. 3 л. мн.ч Dick doesn’t speak English. 3 л.ед.ч They don’t go to school. 3 л.мн.ч Mary doesn’t work in a bank. 3 л.ед.ч Sarah & Kate don’t like milk. 3 л.мн.ч
Open the brackets He often (to watch) TV? You (to visit) your Granny every Sunday? Your sister (to know) English? Mary (to play) tennis well? Your teachers (to give) only good marks?
The key: Does he often watch TV? 3 л.ед.ч Do you visit your Granny every Sunday? 2 л.мн.ч Does your sister know English? V1 V1 3 л. ед.ч V1 Does Mary play tennis well? 3 л.ед.ч V1 Do your teachers usually give good marks? 3 л.мн.ч V1
Your mark 0 – “5” 1- 2 – “4” 3–4 – “3’ … - “2”
Task: complete the chart live fixes flies knows writes does watches buys goes s plays washes misses The Infinitive 3rd Person Singular to play to wash to miss to live to fix to fly to know to write to do to watch to buy to go
Task: complete the sentences with the negative form of Present Simple Example: I (to like / not) chicken. I don’t like chicken. They (to play / not) football. He (to study / not) history. We (to watch / not) a lot of television. She (to go / not) to school. You (to eat / not) a lot of fruit. I (to speak / not) French.
They (to play / not) football. 2. He (to study / not) history. We (to watch / not) a lot of television. 4. She (to go / not) to school. The key: They don’t play football. He doesn’t study history. We don’t watch a lot of television. She doesn’t go to school.
You (to eat / not) a lot of fruit. I (to speak / not) French. You don’t eat a lot of fruit. I don’t speak French.