Choose the correct form of the follwing verbs:
wake(s) up - open(s) - speak(s) - take(s) - do(es) - cause(s) - live(s) - play(s) - close(s) - live(s)
- Ann plays hand ball very well.
- I never drink coffee.
- The swimming pool opens at 7:00 in the morning.
- It closes at 9:00 in the evening.
- Bad driving causes many accidents.
- My parents live in a very small flat.
- The Olympic Games take place every four years.
- They are good students. They always do their homework.
- My students speak a little English.
- I always wake up early in the morning.
Put the verbs between brackets in the correct form:
- Jane (not/drink) does not drink / doesn't drink tea very often.
- What time (the banks/open) do the banks open in Britain?
- Where (John/come) does John come from?
- It (take) takes me an hour to get to work.
- She (not/wake up) does not wake up / doesn't wake up early on Sundays.
Choose the right verbs to complete the sentences. Sometimes you need the negative:
write - turn - eat - tell - rise
- The earth turns around the sun.
- The sun rises in the east.
- Vegetarians do not eat / don't eat meat.
- A liar is someone who does not tell / doesn't tell the truth.
- A novelist writes novels.