unit5 - this season. He wouldn't have gone if he had known....

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Unit 5: NEGATIVE SENTENCES We put not after the first word of the verb. In speaking, we often use the short form ( n't ). With the verb be I am not a thief. They aren't coming. It wasn't very cold there. He is not a teacher. With one-word verb formations Put the correct form of the verb do (Unit 15) before not . AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE He works on Fridays. He does not work on Saturdays. These shops sell food. They do not sell food. They arrived by bus. They didn't arrive by train. With other verb formations I haven't seen him for five years. Our team has not been beaten
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Unformatted text preview: this season. He wouldn't have gone if he had known. They aren't doing math this term. Word agreement Look at the different words in AFFIRMATIVE and NEGATIVE sentences. AFFIRMATIVE NEGATIVE John is going somewhere but Maria isn't going anywhere . John has got some money but Maria hasn't got any money. They have got a lot of money but we haven't got much money. I've got a lot of friends but he hasn't got many friends. John and Maria have already left but we haven't left yet . John is leaving too and Maria isn't staying either ....
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2011 for the course ESL 100 taught by Professor Online during the Spring '10 term at Open Uni..

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