4.1. Present Simple
|Yes/No questions||Short answers|
|have||a camera?||No, i don’t. No, we don’t.
Yes, they do.
|like||Chinese food?||Yes, he does.
No, she doesn’t.
Yes, it does.
Adverbs of frequency
1 These adverbs usually come before the main verb.
I usually go to bed at about 11.00.
I don’t often go swimming.
She never eats meat.
We always have wine in the evenings.
I sometimes play tennis on Saturdays.
2 Sometimes and usually can also come at the beginning or the end of a sentence.
|Sometimes we play cards.||We play cards sometimes.|
|Usually I walk to school.||I walk to school usually.|
3 Never and always can’t come at the beginning or the end of a sentence.
4.3. like/love + verb + -ing
When like and love are followed by a verb, it usually verb + -ing.
I like cooking.
She loves listening to music.
They like sailing very much.
She gets up early on weekdays.
He plays football on Friday mornings.
They never go out on Friday evenings.
Where do you go on holiday?
He lives on the next block.
He hates watching football on television.
Do you relax at weekends?
She gets up at six o’clock.
She gets up early in the morning.
We go out in the evening.
He takes photos in (the) spring.