Tenses/Present Simple/Verneinung

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Im Present Simple werden Verneinungen mit dem Hilfsverb don't, bzw. doesn't in der 3.Person Singular und dem Hauptverb in der Grundform gebildet!

Bei Verneinungen im Present Simple wird das Hilfsverb   don't   ( in der 3. Person Singular doesn't) vor das Hauptverb gestellt.

Das Hauptverb wird dann nicht mehr verändert und bleibt in der Grundform!

Interaktive Übungen

The answer is 'No!'

Move the words into the gaps:

Sarah: Can't you wear jeans in school?
teacher: No, you can't. Students don't wear jeans.

Robert: Mum, can I have a pen, please?
Mum: No, Robert, you don't need a new pen.

Jenny: Look. Those boys are nice.
Becky: Oh no, I don't like them.

Simon: Have we got homework, please?
teacher: Sorry, we don't have homework today! :-)

Our dogs don't do that!

Say what they don't do:

They are terrible.
They make a mess.
They sleep on our beds.
They sit in front of the TV.
They make lots of noise.
They eat our shoes.

They aren't|are not() terrible.
They don't make|make() a mess.
They don't sleep() on our beds.
They don't sit() in front of the TV.
They don't make() lots of noise.
They don't eat() our shoes.

My hamsters

Move the words into the gaps.

Be careful! If the subject is "he, she, it" you must use doesn't!

I've got two hamsters. They like their cage very much but they don't like their wheel.

Every day they eat their carrots but sometimes Harry doesn't eat salad and biscuits.

Be careful! A hamster is nocturnal: that means they don't sleep at night. They sleep during the day.

Sleeping in

In this exercise you have to choose the correct form. Write the words in the gaps:

(In dieser Übung musst Du entscheiden, ob Du   don't   oder doesn't vor das Verb stellen musst.)


Tip:
Das Apostroph findest Du links neben der Enter-Taste. ⇧ Shift + #

The Jacksons normally don't get up(not, get up) early on Saturdays but Pete gets up(get up) at 6.30.

Pete goes (go) out at seven o clock – the boys play (play) football in a team.

“Come on! The bus doesn't wait(not, wait)!” He hurries (hurry) out of the house.

The girls sleep (sleep) longer- they have more time.

Mary does (do) her homework. Anne doesn't do(not, do) it -she washes(wash) her shirts and socks.

The Jacksons normally don't get up(not, get up) early on Saturdays but Pete gets up(get up) at 6.30.

Pete goes (go) out at seven o clock – the boys play (play) football in a team.

“Come on! The bus doesn't wait(not, wait)!” He hurries (hurry) out of the house.

The girls sleep (sleep) longer- they have more time.

Mary does (do) her homework. Anne doesn't do(not, do) it -she washes(wash) her shirts and socks.


Mixed Grammar

In this exercise you have to choose the correct form. Write   don't   oder doesn't and the verbs in the gaps:

1. In the morning Lewis gets (get) up at twenty past seven.

2. Lewis doesn't go (not, go) to school on his bike.

3. They live (live) in a house near the park but his dad doesn't live (not, live) there.

4. The boys don't play (not, play) football. Lewis does (do) his homework and Carl washes(wash) his bike.

1. In the morning Lewis gets (get) up at twenty past seven.

2. Lewis doesn't go (not, go) to school on his bike.

3. They live (live) in a house near the park but his dad doesn't live (not, live) there.

4. The boys don't play (not, play) football. Lewis does (do) his homework and Carl washes(wash) his bike.





He, she, it …
-s muss mit!

Present Simple
(die einfache Gegenwart)

Present Simple

  1. Formen von "to be"
  2. He, she, it ...
  3. Imperativ
  4. Verneinung
  5. Fragen