G Present Simple V Describing people: appearance and personality A. Your brother's wife is your _______________ B. Your sister's daughter is your _____________ C. Your mother's brother is your ______________ D. Your sister is your parents' _______________ E. Your aunt's children are your ______________ F. Your wife’s mother is your _____________ G. Your brother and sister are your ____________ H. Your uncle’s wife is your __________ Ann Jack Mark Emma Ted 1.Ann has 3 children. 2.Ann usually spends time with her niece whose name is Emma. 3.Ann's husband, Jack, loves playing with their youngest daughter Mary very much. 4.Ann's brother, Ted, usually discusses ca rs with his nephew Mark. 5.Mark's best friend is his cousin Nick. 6.Nick, Mark, Emma, Sarah and Mary usua lly visit their grandparents, Tom and Sophi a. 7.Mary has two siblings Mark and Sarah. 8.Mark, Sarah and Mary seldom play with t heir uncle, Ted, and his wife, Emily. Tom Emily Sarah Sophia Nick Mary Can you describe your friend/relative? active hospitable generous unhealthy untidy A. I leave my clothes on the floor — B. I do a lot of exercise — C. I smoke — D. I enjoy cooking big dinners for people — E. I enjoy buying presents — F. I enjoy meeting new people — sociable quiet ↔ velatktia - talkative A. introvert ↔ toverterx ______________________ B. generous ↔ name _________________________ C. friendly ↔ rufdenynil ______________________ D. hard-working ↔ lyaz ______________________ E. kind ↔ dunikn ____________________________ F. serious ↔ nyfun __________________________ stupid ↔ legelnittin ________________________ G. We use the present simple for things that are true in general, or for things that happen sometimes or all the time. Tim works very hard. He starts at 7.30 and finishes at 8 o'clock in the evening. The earth goes round the sun. Adverbs of frequency go BEFORE the main verb Adverbs of frequency go AFTER be: She is never ill/She is ill never. Expressions of frequency (every day, once a week, every evening…) usually go at the end of a sentence. 1. Open the brackets and put the verbs in the correct form. 1. I ________ (to like) apples. 2. Ann ________ (to play) computer games every weekend. 3. You ________ (not to work) very hard. 4. My friend and I ________ (to spend) time together in the evenings. 5. They ________ (to visit) their relatives once a week. 6. I ________ (not to swim) in the see on summer. 7. Food ________ (to become) cold in the fridge. 8. My cat ________ (not to enjoy) fish. 9. Her parents ________ (not to take) her to school every day. 10.We ________ (not to invite) our friends at the weekend. 11.You ________ (to know) Math. 12.Sarah and Andrew ________ (not to go) to dancing classes on Sundays. 13.We ________ (to have) our English lessons three times a week. 2. Complete the sentences with DO or DOES 1. How ________ your friends spend their free time? 2. ________ Allan have green eyes? 3. What time ________ she get from work? 4. What school ________ you study at? 5. ________ you have breakfast in the morning? 6. Where ________ they put their key? 7. ________ your son go to the school in the city? 8. ________ this cat and that dog get on well? 9. ________ your friend know any celebrities? 10.What subject ________ you study at the university? 3. Make up the questions to the answers. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. I live in Canada. I have omelette for breakfast. He starts his working day at 9.00 a.m. My son wakes up at 7.30 a.m. No, I don’t smoke. We get to work by car. She doesn’t eat meat because she is vegetarian. Name Alexander Oliver Age 32 25 Origin London Scotland Place of living Brighton London Occupation Journalist Doctor Hobby Modern art, classical music Sport, music, good books and films Dislikes sport Appearance: ◦ Age; ◦ Eyes, build, height, hair; ◦ General appearance; ◦ hobby; ◦ going to the cinema (how of ten); ◦ music: Personality: Is your friend: ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ lazy? shy? generous? quiet? Job/study: ◦ where? ◦ Does he/she like it? Why? Free time activities: favourite style (pop, rock…) Play music instruments ◦ travelling (how often? where?) ◦ computer / the Internet How often do you see each other? Do you have a lot in common?