• LÖS: The simple present
  • IsabelleG
  • 19.09.2023
  • English
  • Grammar
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Lö­sun­gen zu "Exer­cises about the simp­le pre­sent (1)

1.Choo­se the cor­rect word:_

  1. I usual­ly go to the foot­ball trai­ning.
  2. Dad wa­shes his car every Sa­tur­day.
  3. Chris al­ways does his ho­me­work after school.
  4. Sa­bi­na and Eva play cards every weekend.
  5. My baby cries all the time.
  6. The train ar­ri­ves at the sta­ti­on every day at 8.15 a.m. .

2.Write down the verbs in simp­le pre­sent._

a) I do.

b) The dog runs.

c) The boys watch.

d) The boy plays.

e) She drinks.

f) I come.

g) You write.

h) El­vi­ra helps.

i) Uncle Bob reads.

j) They swim.

3. Put in the cor­rect form of "to be" in simp­le pre­sent:

1. He is a nice boy.

2. Lily and Susi are fri­ends.

3. I am good at Maths.

4. We are neigh­bours.

5. You are right.

6 Her dog is big!

4. Put the parts of the sen­ten­ces in the cor­rect order:

a. My father usual­ly comes home after work.

b. Marc does ho­ckey trai­ning every Fri­day.

c. The fri­ends so­me­times meet in the park.

d) The dog never feeds Kiara.

e) Ben­ja­min and Da­ni­el  al­ways  do ho­me­work  after school.

5.Trans­la­te the sen­ten­ces into Eng­lish:

a. My grand-​parents often go for a walk.

b. My mo­ther watches TV every mor­ning.

c. I al­ways do my ho­me­work.

d. My cat usual­ly sleeps on the sofa.

Lö­sun­gen zu "Exer­cises about the simp­le pre­sent (2)

2. Fill in don´t or doesn´t:

  1. We don´t watch TV.

2.School doesn´t start at nine o´clock.

3.My pet doesn´t like ve­ge­ta­bles.

4.Paul and Jenna don´t like metal music.

5. Jus­ti­ne doesn´t drink tea.

6.You don´t lis­ten to me.

7.My fri­end and I don´t play in the same team.

8.The John­sons don´t eat meat.

3. Fill in am not, aren´t, isn´t:_

a. My fri­end  isn´tfrom New York.

b. They aren´t at the ci­ne­ma.

c. You aren´t a good rea­der.

d. It isn´t cold out­si­de.

e. I  am not a good wor­ker.

f. We aren´t a big fa­mi­ly.

g. You aren´t quiet today.

4. Write down the sen­ten­ces with the cor­rect ne­ga­ti­ve form:

  1. I don´t go swim­ming every Sun­day.

2. You aren´t a nice boy.

3. We don´t do our ho­me­work after school.

4. Toby doesn´t take the train every mor­ning.

Lö­sun­gen zu "Exer­cises about the simp­le pre­sent (3)

  1. Tick the cor­rect ques­ti­ons in the simp­le pre­sent:

The cor­rect ques­ti­ons are / Die rich­ti­ge Fra­gen sind:

b. Are your pa­rents from Chi­ca­go?

c. Is your dog tall?

e. Does your mum cook on Sun­days?

2. Com­ple­te the ques­ti­ons with do, does or is, are:

a) Does  your team play again­st us?

b) Do  Pa­tri­cia and Da­vina talk du­ring the les­son?

c) Is Lotte your best fri­end?

d) Do your pa­rents read books?

e) Are your cats fri­end­ly?

f) Do they like milk?

3. Read the an­s­wers. Com­ple­te the ques­ti­ons with the cor­rect ques­ti­on word: who, where, when, how, why or what:_

a) Where do your grand­pa­rents live? - They live in Ber­lin.

b) What does Ro­bert do? - Ro­bert plays the drums.

c) When do you get up in the mor­ning? - | get up at six o'clock.

d) Why are we late? - We're late be­cau­se the train didn't come.

e) What is your fa­vou­ri­te music? - My fa­vou­ri­te music is jazz.

f) What does your brot­her plav? - Mv brot­her plays ten­nis.

4. Write down the ques­ti­ons. Use do, does or is, are.

Write down short an­s­wers too.

a. Do you like tea? - Yes, I do /we do.

b. Is your sis­ter small? - No, she isn´t.

c. Does Erna go ri­ding? - Yes, she does.

d. Do you make break­fast? - No, I don´t / we don´t.

e. Is he the head­mas­ter? - Yes, he is .

f.  Do your neigh­bours sing in a choir? - No, they don´t.

Lö­sun­gen zu "Exer­cises about the simp­le pre­sent (4)

1. The cor­rect state­ments are:

a. Sa­mi­ra has got a brot­her.

c. My pa­rents have got a new car.

e. You have got a cute pet.

g. Mr and Mrs Red have got a re­stau­rant.

2. Fill in with "have got "or "has got".

1. The Mil­lers have got a B&B.

2. Ste­fa­nie has got a litt­le brot­her.

3.Andy and I have got the same fri­ends.

4.I have got a new com­pu­ter.

5.My fri­end has got  a par­rot.

6.You have got a blue bike.

3. Trans­la­te the sen­ten­ces into Eng­lish:

a. The child­ren have got a red ball.

b. My uncle has got a new car.

c. My school has got a li­bra­ry.

4. The cor­rect ne­ga­ti­ve sen­ten­ces are:

2. Carlo hasn´t got a dog.

4. The fa­mi­ly hasn´t got a TV.

5. We have not got a big house.

6. My sis­ters haven´t got the same dres­ses.

7. Ce­li­na hasn´t got a new pen.

5. Trans­la­te the sen­ten­ces into Eng­lish:

a. You haven´t got any rab­bit in your gar­den.

b. Hol­ger hasn´t got the same school­bag.

c. My fri­ends haven´t got any mo­bi­le.

d. My brot­her hasn´t got any drums.

e. Our school hasn´t got any ca­fe­te­ria.

6. Com­ple­te the sen­ten­ces with have or has:

1. Have the boys got a good coach?

2.Has your mo­ther got new ea­rings?

3.Has your dog got a bas­ket?

4.Have the twins got the same clothes?

7. Make ques­ti­ons with "have got" and "has got":

1. Have you got a TV in your room?

2. Has your dad got his own of­fice?

3. Have you got a desk?

4. Has your brot­her got a car