You’re usually late.
He’s a good worker.
She’s my best friend.
It’s a difficult question.
We’re always nice to her.
I’m not married.
You aren’t usually late. (o You’re not usually late)
He isn’t a good worker. (o He’s not a good worker)
She isn’t my best friend. (o She’s not my best friend)
It isn’t a difficult question. (o It’s not a difficult question)
We aren’t always nice. to her (o We’re not always nice to her)
They aren’t engineers. (o They’re not engineers)
Am I right?
Are you busy?
Is he American?
Is she a good teacher?
Is it cold out?
Are we all here?
Are they hungry?
I don´t be married. I´m not… You don´t be usually late. You aren´t… He doesn´t be a good worker. He isn´t… Does she be a good teacher? Is she…? Do we be all here? Are we…? Do they be hungry? Are they…?
Marian has dinner at 9 o´clock.
Brian has a lot of friends.
July has 31 days.
I don´t have got a lot of money. I haven´t got. He doesn´t have got many friends. He hasn´t got. Do you have got the time? Have you got the time? Does she have got a mobile? Has she got a mobile?
I live in Coventry. (situación permanente / hecho)
You have lunch at 1 o’clock (Hábito / rutina)
We play tennis on Thursdays. (hábito / rutina)
They like classical music. (situación permanente / hecho)
He lives in Coventry.
She plays tennis on Thursdays.
It rains a lot in Scotland.
She studies French 5 hours a week.
He worries about his parents.
Kiss -> Gran kisses me goodbye every morning.
Pass -> Steve passes the bank on his way home.
Buzz -> London buzzes with activity.
Fizz -> Cola fizzes more than coffee!
Wash -> Dave washes his car every week.
Catch -> Sandy usually catches the bus to work.
Mix -> Deirdre mixes business with pleasure.
Fax -> John faxes me once a month.
Do -> This car does 100 miles to the gallon.
Go -> Brian goes to church every Sunday.
I live in Coventry. -> I don’t live in Birmingham.
You have lunch at 1 o’clock. -> You don’t have lunch at 2 o’clock.
We play tennis on Thursdays. -> We don’t play tennis on Wednesdays.
They like classical music. -> They don’t like pop music.
He lives in Coventry .-> He doesn’t live in Birmingham.
She plays tennis on Thursdays. -> She doesn’t play tennis on Wednesdays.
It rains a lot in Scotland. -> It doesn’t rain a lot in Saudi Arabia.
Do I know you?
Do you want a drink? Do we have time?
Do they like country music?
Does he live in Coventry?
Does she play tennis on Thursdays? Does it rain a lot in Scotland?
She play football at the weekend. -> She plays football at the weekend.
They do live in Pakistan. -> They live in Pakistan
He don’t like hamburgers..à -> He doesn’t like hamburgers.
Do he work with you? -> Does he work with you?
Does Angela wants to come? -> Does Angela want to come?
She speak French? -> Does she speak French?
He have a car? -> Does he have a car?
-Do you live in York?
-Yes, I do
-Do you work there?
-No, I don’t.
-Do you like chocolate?
like. Yes, I do.
don’t like. No, I don’t. (or No, I don’t like it)
-Do you know Peter?
know. Yes, I do.
don’t know. No, I don’t. (or No, I don’t know him)