Solutions for: App 320 / Present Simple Revision (Questions & Negations) (2)

Practise negations and questions in the Present Simple
In the Present Simple we use the word "do" for negations and questions or another auxiliary verb.
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.
OR another auxiliary verb (have, can, be). Use the correct form for he, she, it! For example: He hasn't any homework today. OR He can't come.
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 another auxiliary verb use: Is/isn't or Are/aren't (for "you", "we", "they"), haven't/ hasn't, can/can't. For example: Isn't she nice? OR Are they tall?
______ you live in Munich?

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Do
I ______ like my biology class.

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don't
______ you got a dog?

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Have
They ______ on holiday.
Use a negation.
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aren't
______ your bike have ten or more gears?

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Does
I ______ come, sorry!

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can't
______ Lily come for a sleepover?

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Can
We ______ know the answer to your question.
Use a negation!
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don't
______ your brother tall and blonde?

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Is
______ you help me, please?

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Can
He ______ have time today.

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doesn't
______ you got a question?

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Have
Tom ______ want to go to football traning today.
Use a negation!
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doesn't
______ you like singing?

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Do