Present Simple: Statements
My name’s John, and I’m a student. I go to Leeds University. I have a job, too. I work in a pub in the evening. I usually clean the tables and wash the glasses. I don’t like the job very much, but I like the money.
John is a student. He goes to Leeds University. He has a job, too. He works in a pub in the evening. He usually cleans the tables and washes the glasses. He doesn’t like the job very much, but he likes the money.
Present Simple: Positive Statement
We use the present simple for
- Permanent statement: I work in an office.
- Regular activities: I usually get up at seven o’clock.
- I work in a bank.
- You go to work everyday.
- They wash the glasses.
- He works in a bank.
- She goes to work everyday.
- He washes the glasses.
Present Simple: Negative Statement
- I like the job.
- I don’t like the job.
- He likes the job
- He doesn’t like the job
NOT: He doesn’t likes the job
Do the Exercise
Make sentences about John. Put the verbs into the positive or negative form.
- John _doesn’t go_ to school. (go)
- He _________ a job in a pub. (have)
- He _________ in a restaurant. (work)
- He _________ cars. (clean)
- He _________ the glasses. (wash)
- He _________ to work in the afternoon. (go)
- He _________ to work in the evening. (go)
- He _________ the job. (like)