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READING Tom works at a bank. He is the manager. He starts work every day at 8:00 am. He finishes work every day at 6:00 pm. He lives very close to the bank. He walks to work every day. His brother and sister also work at the bank. But, they do not live close to the bank. They drive cars to work. They start work at 9:00 am. In the bank, Tom is the boss. He helps all the workers and tells them what to do. He likes his job. He is also very good at his job. Many customers like Tom, and they say hello to him when they come to the bank. Tom likes to talk to the customers and make them feel happy. Tom really likes his job. Choose the correct option for the simple present reading. 1. What time does Tom start work? a) 8:00 am b) 9:00 am 2. Does Tom drive a car to work? a) Yes b) No 3. Does Tom live close to the bank? a) Yes b) No 4. Does Tom talk to customers? a) Yes b) No

5. How does Tom feel about his job? a) Good b) Bad

GRAMMAR SIMPLE PRESENT TENSE GRAMMAR FORMS AFFIRMATIVE FORM SUBJECT, VERB, COMPLEMENT. She does her homework. They work every day of the week. We practice tennis. He polishes the shoes. NEGATIVE FORM. SUBJECT, DO/DOES, NOT, VERB, COMPLEMENT. I do not go at the gymnasium. He does not read the newspaper. You do not write the mail. We play soccer every week. YES/NO QUESTIONS DO/DOES, SUBJECT, VERB, COMPLEMENT, ? Do you practice tennis? Does she do the homework? Do they help you with the tasks? Does he call you every afternoon? ANSWERS AFFIRMATIVE LONG: YES, SUBJECT, VERB, COMPLEMENT. SHORT: YES, SUBJECT, DO/DOES. Yes, she does the homework. Yes, she does.

NEGATIVE LONG: NO, SUBJECT, DO/DOES, NOT, VERB, COMPLEMENT. SHORT: NO, SUBJECT, DO/DOES, NOT. No, they do not help me with my tasks. No, they, do not.

Exercises 1. Choose the correct form of the verb for the simple present sentences. 1. I __________ piano. a) play b) plays 2. She __________ French. a) speak b) speaks 3. They __________ in Tokyo. a) live b) lives 4. Susan __________ jazz music. a) like b) likes 5. The students __________ many pencils. a) have b) has 6. The man __________ to school. a) go b) goes 7. Jane and Bill __________ in an office. a) work b) works 8. The cats __________ in the house. a) sleep b) sleeps 9. Rick __________ every day. a) dance b) dances 10. The school __________ many teachers. a) have b) has 2. Fill in the blanks with Do or Does. Make sure you use capital letters. 1. your father have a car? 2. Melissa know how to skateboard? 3. Rick and Richard have a sister?

4. your brothers work? 5. the cat drink milk? 6. your classmate go to class every day? 7. the man want a drink? 8. Ana and I need to bring our jackets? 9. the people like this song? 10. the school principal work on Saturday?

WRITING In the space provide write your own routine.

CONVERSATION PRACTICE THE CONVERSATION WITH A PARTNER Mark: Hello, Can I ask you some questions for an interview? Jennifer: Yes, I can answer some questions. Mark: Thank you for taking the time. Now, first question: What do you do? Jennifer: I work in a library. I'm a librarian. Mark: Are you married? Jennifer: Yes, I am. Mark: What does your husband do? Jennifer: He works as a policeman. Mark: Do you usually have dinner together? Jennifer: Yes, we do. Mark: How often does your husband exercise? Jennifer: He sometimes exercises four times a week. But, he usually exercises only twice a week. Mark: Where do you like going on holiday?

Jennifer: We rarely go on holiday. However, we like going to the mountains if we can. Mark: What type of books do you read? Jennifer: I often read horror stories. Mark: Thank you very much for answering my questions. Jennifer: You're welcome!

REVIEW Exercise 14 Simple Present Tense Review Fill in the spaces with the correct form of the verb in simple present tense.

Hi. My name (be) _______ Albert. My friends (call) _______ me Al. You can call me Al if you (like) _______. I (want) to tell you about a problem I (have) _______. It (be, not) _______ _______ a big problem, but it is not a small problem, either. I (guess) _______ it's somewhere

between big and small. I (have) _______ a best friend. His name (be) _______ Joe, but everybody (call) _______ him Joey. Joey and I have been friends for a long time. That's the problem. Joey (like) _______ to smoke. He (say) _______ he (do, not) _______ _______, but I (know) _______ he (do) _______. He (try) ______ to hide it from me, but I (see) ______ him do it sometimes. When I see him do it, he just (laugh) _______ and (walk) _______ away.

Now, Joey (smoke) _______ every day. When he (come) _______ over to my house, he (always, bring) _______ _______ his cigarettes with him. He (keep) _______ them in his pocket. He (think) _______ they are cool.

He (not, think) _______ _______ _______ it's a bad idea to smoke. He (say) _______, "(not, worry) _______ _______ _______ , Al. I'm okay." He (tell) _______ me that I (not, understand) _______ _______ _______, but I (think) _______ I (do) _______. I (feel) _______ like it's his right to smoke. He can do what he (want) _______ to do, right? But I can (not, help) _______ _____ worrying. He's my best friend.