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Unit 4 Dialogues - Everyday Conversations

Image1.Hi, how are you today?

Fine, thanks.

Do you have English class?

Yes, I have English class. It's very interesting.

Your English is good. Do you understand the teacher?

Well, yes, I understand. English is difficult, but I learn quickly.

Well done!
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2.
Tyler, do you have a brother?

Yes, I have one brother. He's 23.

Do you have a sister?

No, I don't have a sister. How about you?

I have two sisters. They are 17 and 20.
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3.
What do you eat for breakfast?

I eat sausages, bacon, and fried eggs.

Oh, that's not very healthy. I have fruit juice and cereal.

That's really good. For lunch I eat french fries and a burger. Do you eat fast food?

No, I eat chicken and rice for lunch. It's delicious.

Wow, you're very healthy. Do you like sports?

Yes, I play tennis and soccer. Do you play sports?

Not really. I stay home and watch TV. I like movies.

Oh, me too. Let's watch a movie together!

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Key Vocabulary

have
very
interesting
yes
your
good
understand
teacher
difficult
learn
quickly
brother
one
two
eat
breakfast
sausages
bacon

fried
eggs
healthy
fruit juice
cereal
lunch
french fries
burger
fast food
sports
tennis
soccer
play
stay home
watch TV
like
movies
together

Grammar

1. Simple Present Negatives

Simple Present negatives and questions are used in the same situations as Simple Present statements: for permanent facts, present fact, and habitual actions.

- Permanent facts: I do not speak Japanese. - Fish do not live in water.

- Present facts: I do not work at home. - She does not play the piano.

- Habitual actions: I do not get up at 8.00. - They do not come here every day.

To make a negative sentence we put do or does after the subject. Because of this, the verb that follows do/does + not is always in the bare infinitive form.
For example:
"I do not like pizza." is correct, but
"I do not likes pizza is incorrect" - you don't need to add an "s" to the verb "like".
Do and does come from the verb "to do", which is often used as an auxiliary verb in English.

Here is the negative form of the verb "to give" in the Simple Present:

Singular

I do not give

You do not give

He does not give

She does not give

It does not give

Plural

We do not give

You do not give

They do not give

2. Simple Present Questions

To make a Simple Present Questions you put do or does before the subject. For example: - Statement: I speak Japanese.
- Questions: Do I speak Japanese?
- Statement: She likes pizza.
- Questions: Does she like pizza?
As with negatives, the verb after do or does (and the subject) is always in the bare infinitive form. It is the auxiliary verb "to do", do or does, which changes.



Simple Present Question verbs are as follows:

Singular

Do I like (pizza) ?

Do you like ...?

Does he like ...?

Does she like ...?

Does it like ...?

Plural

Do we like ...?

Do you like ...?

Do they like ...?

Negative questions are also possible but are used for several more advanced ways. We'll deal with them later!