Solutions for: App 319 / Present Simple Revision (Questions & Negations) (1)

Practise negations and questions in the Present Simple
In the Present Simple we use the word "do" for negations and questions. OR if the sentence needs the verb "to be" use its correct form.
Form a negation by putting "don't" or "doesn't" (for: he, she, it) in front of the verb. For example: I don't like cats. OR She doesn't live in Berlin.
To form a yes/no question use "do" or "does" in front of the subject (person). For example: Do you like cake? OR Does he have a brother?

If the question requires the verb "to be" use: Is/isn't or Are/aren't (for "you", "we", "they"). For example: Isn't she nice? OR Are they tall?
I __________ like fish.

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don't
______ you want to come?

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Do
We __________ watch TV on weekdays.
Use a negation
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don't
______ she play the piano?

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Does
My sister ______ go to school today. She is ill.

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doesn't
______ they have a pet?

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Do
Our flat ______ have a lift.
Use a negation
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doesn't
______ you speak Spanish?

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Do
______ your Mum have a blue car?

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Does
My friend ______ in the same class.

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isn't
______ you James' little sister?

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Aren't
______ your Dad at home?

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Is
______ you hungry?

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Are
______ we have Maths tomorrow?

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Do