Обучение английскому по фильмам и сериалам.


We use the present simple (do/work/play) to talk about things in general.  We use it to say that something happens all the time or repeatedly, or that something is true in general

  • Nurses look after patients in hospitals. 
  • I usually go away at weekends. 
  • The earth goes round the sun.
  • The cafe opens at 7.30 in the morning.

We use DO and DOES to make questions and negative sentences.

  • Do you work every day?
  • Do they know each other?
  • Does he/she play tennis?
  • don’t go away very often.
  • He doesn’t do anything to help.
  • What do you do?
  • What does this word mean?
  • How often does she go to the gym?

Put the verb into the correct form.

  1.  Julia doesn’t drink (not / drink) tea very often.
  2.  What time (the banks/close) here?
  3.  I have a car, but I (not / use) it much.
  4.  Where (Maria / come) from? Is she Spanish?
  5.  ‘What (you / do)?’ ‘I’m an electrician.’
  6.  Look at this sentence. What (this word/mean)?
  7.  David isn’t very fit. He (not / do) any sport.
  8.  It (take) me an hour to get to work in the morning. How long
    (it / take) you?

You ask Tanya questions about herself and her family. Write the questions.

  1. You know that Lisa plays tennis. You want to know how often. Ask her.
    How often do you play tennis?
  2.  Perhaps Lisa’s sister plays tennis too. You want to know. Ask Lisa about her sister.
  3.  You know that Lisa goes to the cinema a lot. You want to know how often. Ask her.
  4.  You know that Lisa’s brother works. You want to know what he does. Ask Lisa.
  5.  You’re not sure whether Lisa speaks Spanish. You want to know. Ask her.
  6.  You don’t know where Lisa’s grandparents live. You want to know. Ask Lisa.