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Do I speak English? Do you speak English? Does he speak English? Does she speak English? Does it speak English? Do we speak English? Do you speak English? Do they speak English?


Yes, I speak English. Yes, you speak English.

Yes, I do. Yes, you do.

Yes, she speaks English. Yes, he speaks English. Yes, it speaks English.

Yes, she does. Yes, he does. Yes, it does.

Yes, we speak English. Yes, you speak English. Yes, they speak English.

Yes, we do. Yes, you do. Yes, they do.

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No, I don’t speak English. No, you don’t speak English.

No, I don’t. No, you don’t.

No, she doesn’t speak English. No, he doesn’t speak English. No, it doesn’t speak English.

No, she doesn’t. No, he doesn’t. No, it doesn’t.

No, we don’t speak English. No, you don’t speak English. No, they don’t speak English.

No, we don’t. No, you don’t. No, they don’t. SHORT FORM

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Word Order in Positive Sentences For the beginning, remember this simple rule:

subject I

verb(s) speak

object English

I

can speak

English

If you are a more advanced learner, remember the following rule:

subject verb(s) I

indirect object

will tell you

direct place time object tomorrow. the at story school



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