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Affirmative Negative Interrogative
I read comics. We don’t read comics. Do you read comics?
He reads comics. She doesn’t read comics. Does he read comics?
Yes, I do.
No, I don’t.
Spelling rules – 3rd person
work – works
watch – watches finish – finishes pass – passes go – goes
buy – buys study – studies
Key words: often, always, never, usually, sometimes, occasionally…
Read the conversations below:
Ken: Hello, My name‘s Ken. What‘s your name?
Jack: Jack. How are you?
Ken: I‘m fine, and you?
Jack: Great. Where are you from?
Ken: I‘m from Seattle.
Ken: Where is that girl from?
Jack: She‘s from Japan
Ken: How old is she?
Jack: She‘s twenty-six
1. Use there IS for singular nouns (one item).
2. Use there IS for non-count items(group nouns).
3. Use there ARE for many items (plural nouns).