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The Present Tense

hey guys. I'll like to practice with you guys so the game is playing like this you need complete each sentence with the correct form of verb.I'll answer #1 on part A she goes to school three times a week( elle part à l'ecole trois fois par semaine) part A. Directions: Complete each sentence with the correct form of the verb in the present tense.

  1. She _ to school three times a week. (go)

  2. My father __ at that restaurant. (work)

  3. I _ English during the week. (study)

  4. We __ some time to go to the store. (have)

  5. My car _ a new set of tires. (have)

  6. John _ his shopping on the weekend. (do)

  7. They _ at that table everyday. (sit)

  8. A plumber _ leaky pipes and toilets. (fix)

  9. You always __ me good advice. (give)

  10. They __ very good students. (be)

Part B.

Directions: Make each of the above sentences negative.

  1. She _ _to school. (go)

  2. My father _ __at that restaurant. (work)

  3. I _ ___English during the week. (study)

  4. We _ __ any time to go to the store. (have)

  5. My car _ ___a new set of tires. (have)

  6. John __ ___his shopping on the weekend. (do)

  7. They _ __ at that table everyday. (sit)

  8. A teacher _ __leaky pipes and toilets. (fix)

  9. You never ___ me good advice. (give)

  10. They __ very good students. (be)

Part C.

Conjugate the verb "have" in the present tense.

singular plural

Conjugate the verb "have" in the present tense negative.

singular plural

12/27/2014, 5:49:32 AM

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She goes to school three times a week = Elle va à l'école trois fois par semaine

12/27/2014, 5:41:04 PM

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thanks for correcting in french<3<3<3. I think I have to take french class in my school.

12/29/2014, 1:10:15 AM

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  1. She goes to school three times a week. (go)
  2. My father works at that restaurant. (work)
  3. I study English during the week. (study)
  4. We have some time to go to the store. (have)
  5. My car has a new set of tires. (have)
  6. John does his shopping on the weekend. (do)
  7. They sit at that table everyday. (sit)
  8. A plumber fixes leaky pipes and toilets. (fix)
  9. You always give me good advice. (give)
  10. They are very good students. (be) Part B. Directions: Make each of the above sentences negative.
  11. She is not go to school. (go)
  12. My father does not work at that restaurant. (work)
  13. I do not study English during the week. (study)
  14. We have not any time to go to the store. (have)
  15. My car has not a new set of tires. (have)
  16. John does not his shopping on the weekend. (do)
  17. They do not sit at that table everyday. (sit)
  18. A teacher does not fix leaky pipes and toilets. (fix)
  19. You never do not give me good advice. (give)
  20. They are not very good students. (be) Part C. Conjugate the verb "have" in the present tense. singular plural : they have Conjugate the verb "have" in the present tense negative. singular plural : they have not
12/27/2014, 9:13:50 AM

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11 She does not go to school.

14 We do not have time to go to the store.

15 My car does not have a new set of tires.

16 John does not do his shopping on the weekend.

19 You do not always give me good advice. (not always is not necessarily never. If you use never in a sentence, then you won't be using "not" with it.)

Your others are great.

I think all the present tense conjugations were supposed to be conjugated for both singular and plural " I have, you have, she has (he has, it has) we have, you have (plural), they have." I do not have, you do not have, she does not have (he does not have, it does not have), we do not have, you do not have (plural), they do not have.

12/27/2014, 9:56:24 AM

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You can use not with never, but that would make it a positive sentence since two negatives make a positive in English and you would usually only do that if you were trying to confuse someone. The "never" that was in the original already made it a negative sentence. Technically, "You never do not give me good advice" is a grammatically correct (if confusing) sentence, but it means "You always give me good advice."

So the negative version can either be: "You do not always give me good advice." (which is closer to jpdw01's version) or more simply "You never give me good advice" (which is probably what the fill in the blank was looking for.)

12/28/2014, 1:46:41 AM

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"You do not always give me good advice." means that sometimes you might give good advice, but not always, whereas "never" means that you don't give good advice, not even sometimes.

12/28/2014, 4:24:41 AM

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ok guys my answer is

*Part A.

  1. She goes to school three times a week. (go)

  2. My father works at that restaurant. (work)

  3. I study English during the week. (study)

  4. We have some time to go to the store. (have)

  5. My car has a new set of tires. (have)

  6. John does his shopping on the weekend. (do)

  7. They sit at that table everyday. (sit)

  8. A plumber fixes leaky pipes and toilets. (fix)

  9. You always give me good advice. (give)

  10. They are very good students. (be)

*Part B 1. She doesn't go to school. (go)

  1. My father doesn't work at that restaurant. (work)

  2. I don't study English during the week. (study)

  3. We don't have any time to go to the store. (have)

  4. My car doesn't have a new set of tires. (have)

  5. John doesn't do his shopping on the weekend. (do)

  6. They don't sit at that table everyday. (sit)

  7. A teacher doesn't fix leaky pipes and toilets. (fix)

  8. You never give me good advice. (give)

  9. They aren't very good students. (be)

*Conjugate the verb "have" in the present tense

singular plural

I have We have

You have you have

He has They have

She has

It has

*Conjugate the verb "have" in the present tense negative

singular plural

I don't have We don't have

you don't have You don't have

He doesn't have They don't have

She doesn't have

It doesn't have

12/29/2014, 1:50:12 AM

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