This is Easy Grammar I’ve written some articles about how to use present simple. Now you also need to understand present simple with the verb be. Some English learners think that when I say: I’m a teacher, I’m using the present progressive. But that’s not right, as I’m not using a verb with –ing. I’m… Continue reading Present Simple with the verb to be: I’m Jacqueline. Who are you?
By Jacqueline Schaalje Students ask me sometimes whether they can ask any question with do and does. I say, no, sometimes you need to ask with “can,” or with a form of to be (am, is, are). “So when do I need do or does?” the student will ask. Answer: First of all you use… Continue reading When to Use Do and Does, Questions and Negatives