drink – drinks cry – cries
ride – rides do – does
teach – teaches splash – splashes
buy – buys study – studies
- Affirmative sentence:
subject + verb – > I drink coffee.
- Negative sentence:
subject + do + not (don’t) + verb – > I don’t drink coffee.
subject + does + not (doesn’t) +verb – > She does not drink coffee.
do / does + subject + verb – > Do you drink coffee?
- WH – question:
WH-word + do / does + subject + verb – > What do you want?
- Use the Present Simple to talk about: habitual actions, things that happen in general, general truths
I always drink coffee.
He never drinks tea.
We usually speak English.
She rarely drinks beer.
Water freezes at 0 C.
- Use the Present Simple with these adverbs of frequency: often, usually, rarely, sometimes, seldom, never, always
- To ask about habits, routines or facts, use: Do / Does + subject + base form of the verb
Do you drive to work?