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-s ending 3rd person singular HE



a boy, Tom, the man...

her daughter, Susan, the lady

a dog, a chair, the house

changes -s, -ss, -ch, -sh, -x, -o


go – goes, watch – watches...

(b,c,d,f,g...) + y


cry –cries, fly – flies...

(a,e,i,o,u) + y


play – plays, stay – stays...

1. Add –s, -es or –ies: come - comes

wake - wakes

go - goes

comb - combs

get - gets

make - makes

finish - finishes dive – dives

brush - brushes have - has

read - reads

listen - listens

do - does

drive - drives

walk - walks

work - works

study - studies

learn - learns

visit - visits

start - starts

eat - eats

tidy - tidies

cook - cooks

phone - phones

wash - washes

watch - watches

play - plays sleep - sleeps

surf - surfs dress - dresses

2. Choose the right verb form. I often play/plays computer games.

We never go/goes abroad.

Sheila dos/does her homework after school.

Who need/needs any help?

We sometimes watch/watches TV.

The gallery opens/openes at 9 a.m.

I see/sees my Dutch teacher every morning.

She haves/has a lovely house.

He smoke/smokes too much.

Kevin reades/reads a newspaper every day.

My mum speaks/speakes German.

The children have/has a lot of luck.

Negatives I, you, we, they


I ski. – I don't ski.

He, she, it


She swims. – She doesn't swim.

3. Negate the following sentences: Her name is Diana Porter.

Her name isn't Diana Porter.

We always get up late.

We don't always get up late.

Diana is a Portuguese girl.

Diana isn't a Portuguese girl.

He can jump very high.

He can't jump very high.

He goes to school in the afternoon.

He doesn't go to school in the afternoon.

We’re an only child.

We’re not an only child.

He has breakfast at school.

He doesn't have breakfast at school.

Alex is Amanda’s best friend.

Alex isn't Amanda’s best friend.

I wake up late.

I don't wake up late.

Alex lives with his grandparents.

Alex doesn't live with his grandparents.

She has got 30 cows.

She hasn't got 30 cows.

4. Change the following sentences into positive: Alex and Gus don’t like animals.

Alex and Gus like animals.

She isn’t a good student.

She is a good student.

He hasn’t got many pets.

He has got many pets.

She doesn’t help her mother.

She helps her mother.

We don't hate Maths and ICT.

We hate Maths and ICT.

She can't drive to school.

She can drive to school.

Grace and I aren't thirty years old.

Grace and I are thirty years old.

She’s not from England.

She’s from England.

She hasn't got a daughter.

She has got a daughter.

I don't want to be a teacher.

I want to be a teacher.

She doesn't have a CD player.

She has a CD player.

She doesn't cry to her friends.

She cries to her friends.

Special verbs BE (am, is, are)


We are cool. – We aren't cool.



She can skate. – She can't skate.

HAVE GOT (has got)


I've got ice. – I haven't got ice.

5. Put the verbs in Present Simple: She watches (watch) TV every day. Anna works (work) at home. You are (be) a good person. I finish (finish) school at 1 p.m. Jim has (have) dinner at 8 p.m. She plays (play) computer games. They have (have) dinner together. You live (live) in Bonn. That dress costs (cost) a lot of money. It is (be) a clown. Diana’s father reads (read) the newspaper after dinner. You play (play) the guitar very well. Jane always listens (listen) to hard rock. We like (like) children. My sister hates (hate) cats and dogs. Dejan boxes (box) very well. I am (be) at the doctor's. Laurie loves (love) her boyfriend. My cat loves (love) sleeping on the sofa. They think (think) you're fun. We listen (listen) to the radio in the morning. Carol dances (dance) very well.

6. Put the adverbs in the right place. Janet goes to school by car. (sometimes)

Janet sometimes goes to school by car.

She plays with her friends. (usually)

She usually plays with her friends.

She has lunch at home. (never)

She never has lunch at home.

Janet gets up early in the morning. (always)

Janet always gets up early in the morning.

7. Use he, she, it, I, we, you or they: John Taylor isn’t a girl. He is a boy. Janet is a woman. She is a brilliant doctor. My phone number is 0993 822834. It is a big number! How are you? I am fine, thank you. Peter and Jack’s surname is Stuart, but they aren’t brothers. You and I are in the same class. We are great friends. You and John are football players. You love playing football.

8. Fill in with the question words. What do they drink in the morning? They drink milk. Why doesn’t she eat sweets? Because she is very fat. Where do they work? They work at the hospital. How does he go to London? He goes to London by car. Who stays at home? Mrs. Watson does. When do the children do their homework? They do it in the evening. 9. Make questions. I do the shopping here.

What do you do here?

She has a brother.

Who does she have?

My name is Valerie.

What's your name?

She's seventeen.

How old is she?

Tim comes from Austria.

Where does Tim come from?

He comes at 3 p.m.

When does he come?

Claire knows me.

Who does Claire know?

I watch a funny show.

What do you watch?

Gary rides a horse.

What does Gary ride?

We've got a big house.

What have we got?

Jerry cries in his room.

In whose room does Jerry cry?

He dances badly.

How does he dance?

We hate camping.

What do we hate?

10. Write answers. What’s your name?


How are you?


Can you drive?


Do you like chocolate? ___________________________________________________________ Have you got a sister? ___________________________________________________________ What's the weather like today? _____________________________________________________________________ What colour is your school bag?_____________________________________________________________________ Does your mum have a yellow car? __________________________________________________________________ Does your mother cook every day? __________________________________________________________________ Which sport do your friends play? ___________________________________________________________________ How many pupils are there?



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