I I I
you you you
Do we come from Russia? Yes, we do. / No, we don’t.
they they they
Does (he / she) go to university? Yes, (he / she) does. / No, (he / she) doesn't.
Does it cost_ much ? Yes, it does./No, it doesn’t.
Exercise 6. Add do or does to make general questions and do, don't, does or doesn't to give short answers.
Example: --------- she live with her parents? — Yes, she-----.
Does she live with her parents? — Yes, she does.
------- you like your job? — No, I ------.___
Do you like your job? — No, I don't.
1. ___I speak good Italian? — Yes, you ___.
2. ___You drive to work? — No, I ___.
3. ___they work hard at university? — Yes, they ___.
4. ___Alan smoke? — No, he ___.
5. ___Patrick like computer games and cartoons? Yes, he ___.
6. ___children usually eat much ice-cream? — Yes, they ___.
7. ___ you take exams every month? - No, we ___.
Exercise 7. Make these sentences into general questions.
Exercise 8. Rewrite each sentence as positive, negative, or a general question, according to the instructions.
Example: I visit my parents very often. (negative) — I don't visit my parents very often.
Does he go to school every day? (positive) — He goes to school every day.
She comes from Italy. (question) — Does she come from Italy?
6. His elder brother works in a fast food restaurant. (negative)
Do we like tea or coffee? — Coffee.
Does he / she get up late or early? — (He gets up) early.
Does it travel fast or slowly? — (It travels) fast.
Exercise 9. Ask alternative questions with the following words. Give answers.
Example: She (get up) early/late? — Does she get up late or early? — She gets up early.
7. You (play) the guitar/the piano?
I I? — Yes, I do./ No, I don't.
We live in Russia, don’t we? — Yes, we do./ No, we don't.
You you? — Yes, you do./ No, you don't.
They they? — Yes, they do./ No, they don't.
He / She likes poetry, doesn’t he/ she? — Yes, he/she does. / No, he/she doesn’t.
It costs much, doesn’t it? — Yes, it does./ No, it doesn't.
I I? — No, I don’t. / Yes, I do.
You you? — No, you don't./ Yes, you do.
We don’t speak Italian, do we? — No, we don't Yes, we do.
They they? — No, they don't. / Yes, they do.
He/she doesn’t work in an office, does he/she? — No, he/she doesn't. / Yes, he/she does.
It doesn’t rain in winter, does it? — No, it doesn't. / Yes, it does.
Exercise 10. Give the correct tag to these sentences.
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