Present Simple Negative Exercise 3: Complete the following sentences by choosing the correct negative form. Click the check answers button at the end to correct your answers.
We use the present simple to talk about the situations in general. It might not happen at the time of speaking, but it happens regularly or in the day-to-day routine. This is because you do this action regularly everyday. The Present Simple is formed from a noun OR a 1st, 2nd or 3rd person pronoun together with the base form of a verb. In this lesson we will practise the present simple negative form, which has the opposite meaning of its positive form. We use ‘doesn’t (does not)‘ along with the verb if the noun is singular. We use ‘don’t (do not)‘ along with the verb if the noun is plural.
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Present simple negative exercises and English grammar exercises to learn present simple negative, simple present negative, present simple negative form, present simple negative tense.