Simple Present - Third Person Singular
Man: What does Bob do?
Woman: He works at a hospital.
Man: What does he do there?
Woman: He’s a doctor. He specializes in sports medicine.
Man: That sounds like a great job.
Woman: Yeah, he loves it.
Man: Where does Mary live?
Woman: She lives in the countryside.
Man: That sounds nice.
Woman: Yeah, she loves it. She has a farm and she raises horses.
Man: Wow, that’s so cool.
Woman: Yeah, she also grows her own food. She has it all!
Man: How does Sue stay so fit?
Woman: She works out all the time.
Man: It sure looks like it.
Woman: She also watches what she eats.
Man: Does she follow a special diet?
Woman: Yes. she doesn’t eat sweets and she doesn’t drink alcohol.
Man: What does this machine do?
Woman: It shreds paper.
Man: How does it work?
Woman: Just put paper here and it shreds it. It’s easy to use.
Man: How does it stop?
Woman: It stops on its own after it finishes shredding the paper.
Present Simple - Third Person Singular
- Bob is my boss. He helps me a lot.
- Suzy has a nice car, but she never drives it to work.
- My phone does not take pictures. It does not have camera.
- This pizza tastes great. It has a lot of calories though.
- Larry loves videos games. He plays them every night.
- Sue walks to work. She listens to podcasts as she walks.
- My phone needs a new charger. It costs 40 dollars.
- She does not work nights.
- She doesn't work nights.
- He does not travel much.
- He doesn't travel much.
- It does not snow much in my town.
- It doesn't snow much in my town.
- When does the train leave?
- It leaves a six.
- What does your mom want for her birthday?
- She wants a cat.
- How does your wife get to work?
- She takes the bus.
- Why does he always look angry?
- He has a lot of stress.
- Who lives here?
- My friend lives here.
- What costs a lot of money?
- College costs a lot of money.
- Who talks to you every day?
- My dad talks to me every day.
- What takes up a lot of your time?
- Driving to work does.
- Does he work here?
- Yes, he does. / No, he doesn't. (does not)
- Does she have a nice house?
- Yes, she does. / No, she does not.
- Does it rain much in your town
- Yes, it does. / No, it does not