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Simple Present

Reglas con la Tercera Persona

En tercera persona (She – He – It) la estructura gramatical del verbo cambia cuando la oración es positiva.

Regla 1: si el verbo termina en -s, -ss, Regla 2: si el verbo no termina en Regla 3: si el verbo termina en –y
-sh, -ch, -x, -o, -z se le agrega “es” ninguna de las consonantes anteriores, precedida de una consonante se quita
simple mente se le agrega “s” la “-y” y se agrega “ies”
Ejemplos: He watches Tv
Ejemplos: She loves candies Ejemplo: He cries (cry) in his car
She fixes the computer
He eats a hot dog
She goes to the cinema Nota: si el verbo termina en –y
precedida de una vocal, solo se le
He washes agrega “s”
Ejemplo: She stays (stay) at home
She kisses the dog

Positive Statements Negative Statements Interrogative Statements


Subj + verb + complement Subj + don’t (I, they, you, we) or Do/Does + subj + infinitive verb +
doesn’t (She/he/it) + infinitive verb + complement +?
I/they/you/we + love + candies complement
She/he/it + loves + candies Do I/they/you/we + love + candies?
I/they/you/we + don’t + love candies Does she/he/it + love + candies?
She/he/it + doesn’t + love candies
Yes, I/they/you/we do. No … don’t
Yes, she/he/ it does. No, she/he/it
doesn’t.

Simple Present

Reglas con la Tercera Persona

En tercera persona (She – He – It) la estructura gramatical del verbo cambia cuando la oración es positiva.

Regla 1: si el verbo termina en -s, -ss, Regla 2: si el verbo no termina en Regla 3: si el verbo termina en –y
-sh, -ch, -x, -o, -z se le agrega “es” ninguna de las consonantes anteriores, precedida de una consonante se quita
simple mente se le agrega “s” la “-y” y se agrega “ies”
Ejemplos: He watches Tv
Ejemplos: She loves candies Ejemplo: He cries (cry) in his car
She fixes the computer
He eats a hot dog
She goes to the cinema Nota: si el verbo termina en –y
precedida de una vocal, solo se le
He washes agrega “s”
Ejemplo: She stays (stay) at home
She kisses the dog

Positive Statements Negative Statements Interrogative Statements


Subj + verb + complement Subj + don’t (I, they, you, we) or Do/Does + subj + infinitive verb +
doesn’t (She/he/it) + infinitive verb + complement +?
I/they/you/we + love + candies complement
She/he/it + loves + candies Do I/they/you/we + love + candies?
I/they/you/we + don’t + love candies Does she/he/it + love + candies?
She/he/it + doesn’t + love candies
Yes, I/they/you/we do. No … don’t
Yes, she/he/ it does. No, she/he/it
doesn’t.