AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS
 I speak English.
 She speaks French.
 We go with you.
 He goes to the cinema on Sundays.
SUBJE...
INTERROGATIVES
AUXILIARY SUBJECT VERB
Do I, you, we, they
Verb
Does he, she, it
 Do you like pizza?
 Does she live here?...
TO BE - INTERROGATIVES
TO BE SUBJECT
Am I
Is he, she, it
Are we, you, they
 Am I your cousin?
 Is he Mary’s boyfriend?
...
NEGATIVES
SUBJECT AUX NOT VERB
I, you, we, they do
not verb
he, she, it does
 Sam and Peter do not study French.
 She do...
SUBJECT AUX NOT
I am
notwe, she, it is
we, you, they are
TO BE - NEGATIVE
 I am not Portuguese.
 Fred is not from German...
TO BE - CONTRACTED FORMS
I am = I’m
you are = you’re
he is = he’s
she is = she’s
we are = we’re
you are = you’re
they are ...
CONTRACTED NEGATIVE FORMS
do + not = don’t
does + not = doesn’t
I am + not = I’m not
is + not = isn’t
are + not = aren’t
EXAMPLES
 I’m at home with my boyfriend.
 She’s in New York today.
 We’re very tired after the flight.
 It’s my opport...
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  • 1. AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS  I speak English.  She speaks French.  We go with you.  He goes to the cinema on Sundays. SUBJECT VERB I, You, We, They Verb He, She, It Verb + s/es
  • 2. INTERROGATIVES AUXILIARY SUBJECT VERB Do I, you, we, they Verb Does he, she, it  Do you like pizza?  Does she live here?  Do they come together?  Does your dog eat this food?
  • 3. TO BE - INTERROGATIVES TO BE SUBJECT Am I Is he, she, it Are we, you, they  Am I your cousin?  Is he Mary’s boyfriend?  Are you tired?  Is that building his house?
  • 4. NEGATIVES SUBJECT AUX NOT VERB I, you, we, they do not verb he, she, it does  Sam and Peter do not study French.  She does not read romantic novels.  I do not eat meat.  That book does not cost 20$.  My parents do not work for this company.
  • 5. SUBJECT AUX NOT I am notwe, she, it is we, you, they are TO BE - NEGATIVE  I am not Portuguese.  Fred is not from Germany.  They are not my friends.  We are not alone, my uncle is here too.
  • 6. TO BE - CONTRACTED FORMS I am = I’m you are = you’re he is = he’s she is = she’s we are = we’re you are = you’re they are = they’re
  • 7. CONTRACTED NEGATIVE FORMS do + not = don’t does + not = doesn’t I am + not = I’m not is + not = isn’t are + not = aren’t
  • 8. EXAMPLES  I’m at home with my boyfriend.  She’s in New York today.  We’re very tired after the flight.  It’s my opportunity and I don’t want to lose it this time.  They aren’t sure of it.  Mary doesn’t want to go with them.  It isn’t my fault. I promise.