– I don’t know about cooking. nothing
– I’m not doing . nothing
– She didn’t say . nothing
– He won’t do . nothing
– I don’t know about cooking. anything
– I’m not doing . anything
– She didn’t say . anything
– He won’t do . anything
instead of Anything in Nothing negative sentences that contain the word “ not” (including don’t, doesn’t, didn’t, can’t, couldn’t, won’t, wouldn’t, isn’t, wasn’t, aren’t, weren’t, hasn’t, haven’t …)
I can not see
. anything Katia isn’t buying
today. anything My brother never helps with
. anything I’m not afraid of
. anything Usually avoid using
double-negatives (two negative words) in a sentence.
Examples of negative words:
Not, Nothing, None, Nobody, Neither, Nowhere…
Some examples of how to tell someone else about advice your doctor gave you …
My doctor told me TO GET more sleep.
My doctor told me TO EXERCISE more.
My doctor told me NOT TO SMOKE so much.
My doctor told me NOT TO EAT so much junk food.
My doctor told me you should get more sleep. (I, not you)
My doctor told me to don’t smoke.
My doctor told me to no eat so much junk food.
We usually use this type of speech to tell someone what somebody else said to you. It’s known as “
“. reported speech
– I’m too to go scary bungee jumping.
– He was of the loud noise. scary
– I’m too to go scared bungee jumping.
– He was of the loud noise. scared
Scared (used as an adjective) is a feeling – similar to afraid. I feel . She is scared of bees. scared
Scary is the reason for this feeling. Going bungee jumping is . Sharks are scary . scary
– How many years have you?
– I have 34 years.
– How many years has your daughter?
– My daughter has 6 years.
– Her baby has 4 months.
How old are you?
– I am 34. (or – I am 34 years old. or – I’m 34. )
– How old is your daughter?
– (or – My daughter is 6. ) My daughter is 6 years old.
(or – Her baby is 4 months. ) Her baby is 4 months old.
When talking about how old someone (or something) is, use the verb “
” – not the verb “ to be ”
(or – My twins are 5. ) My twins are 5 years old.
My car is 10 years old. Future:
Her son will be 5 on Friday.
Her son will be 5 years old on Friday. The word “turn” is often used when an age changes
Her son will turn 5 on Friday.
I turned 30 yesterday. Exception: If the person comes
the age in the sentence, then you do use the verb “to have”.
6 years old. I is a 6 year old daughter. ( have not: I have a 6 year old daughter.) s Her son
7. She is a 7 year old son. has Our cat
4 years old. We is a 4 year old cat. have
with more information on talking about age. YouTube video
– in Brazil. I born
– in January. My son borned
– last summer. Her baby borned
– When . your baby borned?
in Brazil. I was born
– in January. My son was born
– last summer. Her baby was born
– When was your baby ?. born
When talking about the birth of a new baby, always use
(for a birth in the past). was born Future: Her
in February. baby will be born Question:
Where ? was your baby born Infinitive: I want my baby
in Boston. to be born
– There are many flavors. differents
– I went to the market and bought some things. differents
– I like to meet people from countries. differents
Say this:– There are many
– I went to the market and bought some things. different
– I like to meet people from countries. different
is an adjective, which describes a noun. “Three”, “blue”, “happy”, and “strong” are all adjectives. Different Adjectives are always
singular, even when the noun they modify is plural. You would not say: “I saw two
cars.” or “There are many blues women.” strongs Say: I saw two
cars. There are many blue women. strong
I have a idea. I have two different ideas. different There is an English word that sounds very similar to differents – It’s “
“, difference which is a noun that describes what is different between one person/thing and another.
– Where you work?
– What she likes to eat?
– How much it costs?
– Why they come late every day?
– What this means?
Where do you work?
– What does she like to eat?
– How much does it cost?
– Why do they come late every day?
– What does this mean?
Remember – for Present Tense Questions:
do or does as an auxiliary verb with most main verbs
do with I, you, we, they Use
does with he, she, it The main exceptions include:
Verb to be (
not: Is he happy? not: Does he happy? ) Does he is happy? Modals like can/could/should (
not: Can you drive a truck? Do you can drive a truck? ) When you use do/does as auxiliary verb in a question, the main verb is always in its
like“, not “ likes” (base verb is to like) “
cost“, not “ costs” (base verb is to cost) Look here to review the
in a question correct order of words