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Present simple

  Affirmative Interrogative Negative


1st person Singular I wake up at 7 every day. Do I wake up at 7 every day? I do not wake up at 7 every day.

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2  person Singular You like apples. Do you like apples? You do not like apples.

He plays football on Tuesdays. Does he play football on Tuesdays? He does not play football on Tuesdays.


3rd person Singular She travels in summer. Does she travel in summer? She does not travel in summer.
It takes off at 9. Does it take off at 9? It does not take off at 9.

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1  person Plural We pay our bills monthly. Do we pay our bills monthly? We do not pay our bills monthly.

2nd person Plural You eat twice a day. Do you eat twice a day? You do not eat twice a day.

3rd person Plural They usually ski in December. Do they usually ski in December? They do not usually ski in December.

Past Simple

Affirmative Singular Plural

1st person I watched TV yesterday. We watched TV yesterday.

2nd person You watched TV yesterday. You watched TV yesterday.

He watched TV yesterday.
3rd person She watched TV yesterday. They watched TV yesterday.
It watched the birds yesterday.

Interrogative Singular Plural

1st person Did I watch TV yesterday? Did we watch TV yesterday?

2nd person Did you watch TV yesterday? Did you watch TV yesterday?

Did he watch TV yesterday?
3rd person Did she watch TV yesterday? Did they watch TV yesterday?
Did it watch the birds yesterday?

Negative Singular Plural

1st person I did not watch TV yesterday. We did not watch TV yesterday.

2nd person You did not watch TV yesterday. You did not watch TV yesterday.

He did not watch TV yesterday.


3rd person She did not watch TV yesterday. They did not watch TV yesterday.
It did not watch the birds yesterday.
Irregular verb: to drink

Affirmative Singular Plural

1st person I drank whiskey yesterday. We drank whiskey yesterday.

2nd person You drank whiskey yesterday. You drank whiskey yesterday.

He drank whiskey yesterday.
3rd person She drank whiskey yesterday. They drank whiskey yesterday.
It drank milk yesterday.

Interrogative Singular Plural

1st person Did I drink whiskey yesterday? Did we drink whiskey yesterday?

2nd person Did you drink whiskey yesterday? Did you drink whiskey yesterday?

Did he drink whiskey yesterday?
3rd person Did she drink whiskey yesterday? Did they drink whiskey yesterday?
Did it drink milk yesterday?

Negative Singular Plural

1st person I did not drink whiskey yesterday. We did not drink whiskey yesterday.

2nd person You did not drink whiskey yesterday. You did not drink whiskey yesterday.

He did not drink whiskey yesterday.


3rd person She did not drink whiskey yesterday. They did not drink whiskey yesterday.
It did not drink milk yesterday.