I like to drink orange juice.
He likes todrink orange juice.
They like to drink orange juice.
She likes to drink orange juice.
I don’t study every day.
He doesn’t study every day.
They don’tstudy every day.
She doesn’t study every day.
Do you work on Mondays?
Does he work on Mondays?
Do they work on Mondays?
Does she work onMondays?
I, You, He, She, It, We, You, They
I went to the meeting yesterday.
I didn’t go to the meeting yesterday.
Did you go to the meeting yesterday?
Didn’t you go tomeeting yesterday?
Be + going to
Used to talk about a close future:
I am going to study the whole evening.
Are you going to study tomorrow?
We aren’t going to studytoday.
Aren’t they going to be proud of you?
To be (Present)
Am, Are, Is
After the verb to be the other verb has to come
It’s totally different fromSimple Present.
Never use Simple Present and verb To
Be together in the same sentence.
To be = Ser, Estar
To be (Past)
It’s the same rule of Verb To Be in thePresent
I am studying for a test.
I am not studying for a test.
Are you studying for a test?
He was studying for a test.
He was not studying for atest.
Was he studying for a test?
There is a flower in the vase.
There isn’t a flower in the vase.
Is there a flower in the vase?
There are many peoplehere.
There aren’t many people here.
Are there many people here?
Only when we possess something.
I have a blue car.
He has a yellow book.
They have enough time.