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    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    Present simple spelling of third person singular form


    Most verbs
    add -s to infinitive

    work —> works
    sit ----> sits
    stay —> stays


    Verbs ending in consonant + y.
    change y to i and add -es

    cry —> cries
    hurry —> hurries
    reply —> replies


    Verbs ending -s, -z, -ch, -sh or -x
    add -es to infinitive

    miss —> misses
    watch —> watches
    push —> pushes


    Exceptions:

    have —> has
    go —> goes
    do —> does


    Facts or permanent situations

    1. Cows eat grass.
      Cows are eating grass.(X)

    2. water freezes at 0℃.
      Water is freezing at 0℃.(X)

    3. Peter works in an office.
      Peter is working in an office.(X)


    Things that happen regularly, repeatedly or all the time

    1. play football every week.
      I am playing football every week.(X)

    2. Do you go to church every Sunday?
      Are you going to church every Sunday?(X)

    3. My father washes his car once a month.
      My father is washing his car once a month.(X)


    Demonstrations , series of events, commentary


    “I double-click on the next to highlight it and then I click on the delete button…”
    “I am double-clicking…”(X)


    “First I take a bowl and pour a cup of milk into it, next…”
    “First I am taking a bowl…”(X)


    “Gerrard passes to Suarez. Suarez runs with the ball and passes back to Gerrard who shoots and scores!”
    “Gerrard is passing to Suarez…”(X)


    EXCEPTION: Temporary situations


    Where are you going?
    I am going out to a restaurant.
    I am driving my car to the restaurant.
    The waitress is taking my order.
    I am tasting the wine.

    But ,there are a few exceptions:

    I like the wine.
    I am liking the wine.(X)


    EXCEPTION: Temporary situations

    List of common herbs that are ONLY used in the SIMPLE FORM:

    believe
    love
    see
    doubt
    hate
    suppose
    feel
    prefer
    think
    imagine
    realise
    understand
    know
    recognize
    want
    like
    remember
    wish


    This chocolate cake is nice. I want another piece please.
    This chocolate cake is nice. I am wanting another piece please.(X)

    I love it.
    I am loving it.(X)

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    CBase

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    Present simple spelling of third person singular form


    Most verbs
    add -s to infinitive

    work —> works
    sit ----> sits
    stay —> stays


    Verbs ending in consonant + y.
    change y to i and add -es

    cry —> cries
    hurry —> hurries
    reply —> replies


    Verbs ending -s, -z, -ch, -sh or -x
    add -es to infinitive

    miss —> misses
    watch —> watches
    push —> pushes


    Exceptions:

    have —> has
    go —> goes
    do —> does


    Facts or permanent situations

    1. Cows eat grass.
      Cows are eating grass.(X)

    2. water freezes at 0℃.
      Water is freezing at 0℃.(X)

    3. Peter works in an office.
      Peter is working in an office.(X)


    Things that happen regularly, repeatedly or all the time

    1. play football every week.
      I am playing football every week.(X)

    2. Do you go to church every Sunday?
      Are you going to church every Sunday?(X)

    3. My father washes his car once a month.
      My father is washing his car once a month.(X)


    Demonstrations , series of events, commentary


    “I double-click on the next to highlight it and then I click on the delete button…”
    “I am double-clicking…”(X)


    “First I take a bowl and pour a cup of milk into it, next…”
    “First I am taking a bowl…”(X)


    “Gerrard passes to Suarez. Suarez runs with the ball and passes back to Gerrard who shoots and scores!”
    “Gerrard is passing to Suarez…”(X)


    EXCEPTION: Temporary situations


    Where are you going?
    I am going out to a restaurant.
    I am driving my car to the restaurant.
    The waitress is taking my order.
    I am tasting the wine.

    But ,there are a few exceptions:

    I like the wine.
    I am liking the wine.(X)


    EXCEPTION: Temporary situations

    List of common herbs that are ONLY used in the SIMPLE FORM:

    believe
    love
    see
    doubt
    hate
    suppose
    feel
    prefer
    think
    imagine
    realise
    understand
    know
    recognize
    want
    like
    remember
    wish


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    CBase

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    Present simple spelling of third person singular form


    Most verbs
    add -s to infinitive

    work —> works
    sit ----> sits
    stay —> stays


    Verbs ending in consonant + y.
    change y to i and add -es

    cry —> cries
    hurry —> hurries
    reply —> replies


    Verbs ending -s, -z, -ch, -sh or -x
    add -es to infinitive

    miss —> misses
    watch —> watches
    push —> pushes


    Exceptions:

    have —> has
    go —> goes
    do —> does


    Facts or permanent situations

    1. Cows eat grass.
      Cows are eating grass.(X)

    2. water freezes at 0℃.
      Water is freezing at 0℃.(X)

    3. Peter works in an office.
      Peter is working in an office.(X)


    Things that happen regularly, repeatedly or all the time

    1. play football every week.
      I am playing football every week.(X)

    2. Do you go to church every Sunday?
      Are you going to church every Sunday?(X)

    3. My father washes his car once a month.
      My father is washing his car once a month.(X)


    Demonstrations , series of events, commentary


    “I double-click on the next to highlight it and then I click on the delete button…”
    “I am double-clicking…”(X)


    “First I take a bowl and pour a cup of milk into it, next…”
    “First I am taking a bowl…”(X)


    “Gerrard passes to Suarez. Suarez runs with the ball and passes back to Gerrard who shoots and scores!”
    “Gerrard is passing to Suarez…”(X)


    EXCEPTION: Temporary situations


    Where are you going?
    I am going out to a restaurant.
    I am driving my car to the restaurant.
    The waitress is taking my order.
    I am tasting the wine.

    But ,there are a few exceptions:

    I like the wine.
    I am liking the wine.(X)


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    CBase

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    Present simple spelling of third person singular form


    Most verbs
    add -s to infinitive

    work —> works
    sit ----> sits
    stay —> stays


    Verbs ending in consonant + y.
    change y to i and add -es

    cry —> cries
    hurry —> hurries
    reply —> replies


    Verbs ending -s, -z, -ch, -sh or -x
    add -es to infinitive

    miss —> misses
    watch —> watches
    push —> pushes


    Exceptions:

    have —> has
    go —> goes
    do —> does


    Facts or permanent situations

    1. Cows eat grass.
      Cows are eating grass.(X)

    2. water freezes at 0℃.
      Water is freezing at 0℃.(X)

    3. Peter works in an office.
      Peter is working in an office.(X)


    Things that happen regularly, repeatedly or all the time

    1. play football every week.
      I am playing football every week.(X)

    2. Do you go to church every Sunday?
      Are you going to church every Sunday?(X)

    3. My father washes his car once a month.
      My father is washing his car once a month.(X)


    Demonstrations , series of events, commentary


    “I double-click on the next to highlight it and then I click on the delete button…”
    “I am double-clicking…”(X)


    “First I take a bowl and pour a cup of milk into it, next…”
    “First I am taking a bowl…”(X)


    “Gerrard passes to Suarez. Suarez runs with the ball and passes back to Gerrard who shoots and scores!”
    “Gerrard is passing to Suarez…”(X)


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    CBase

    @cbase said in Present simple- spelling of third person singular form verbs uses-english grammar lession:

    Present simple spelling of third person singular form


    Most verbs
    add -s to infinitive

    work —> works
    sit ----> sits
    stay —> stays


    Verbs ending in consonant + y.
    change y to i and add -es

    cry —> cries
    hurry —> hurries
    reply —> replies


    Verbs ending -s, -z, -ch, -sh or -x
    add -es to infinitive

    miss —> misses
    watch —> watches
    push —> pushes


    Exceptions:

    have —> has
    go —> goes
    do —> does


    Facts or permanent situations

    1. Cows eat grass.
      Cows are eating grass.(X)

    2. water freezes at 0℃.
      Water is freezing at 0℃.(X)

    3. Peter works in an office.
      Peter is working in an office.(X)


    Things that happen regularly, repeatedly or all the time

    1. play football every week.
      I am playing football every week.(X)

    2. Do you go to church every Sunday?
      Are you going to church every Sunday?(X)

    3. My father washes his car once a month.
      My father is washing his car once a month.(X)


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    CBase

    Present simple spelling of third person singular form


    Most verbs
    add -s to infinitive

    work —> works
    sit —> sits
    stay —> stays


    Verbs ending in consonant + y.
    change y to i and add -es

    cry —> cries
    hurry —> hurries
    reply —> replies


    Verbs ending -s, -z, -ch, -sh or -x
    add -es to infinitive

    miss —> misses
    watch —> watches
    push —> pushes


    Exceptions:

    have —> has
    go —> goes
    do —> does


    Facts or permanent situations

    1. Cows eat grass.
      Cows are eating grass.(X)

    2. water freezes at 0℃.
      Water is freezing at 0℃.(X)

    3. Peter works in an office.
      Peter is working in an office.(X)

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    CBase

    hi,do you like tea or coffee?
    I like beer.
    haha.
    I want to drink beer. I like beer of Pilsner Urquell.1_1504795311837_Pilsner Urquell.jpg 0_1504795311836_Pilsner Urquell1.jpg
    Do you know where is the beer of Pilsner Urquell?
    Do you find it for beer of Pilsner Urquell?
    Yeah, I explore wine bar near xihu.

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