dijous, 28 de novembre de 2013

Present simple II.

We use the present simple:
  • to express repeated or usual actions: He always plays tennis.
  • to express facts o generalizations: I do not like chocolate. 
  • to express scheduled events in the near future: The film starts at seven o'clock.

We can use these adverbs of frequency. They go before the main verb.
They go after the verb to be:

never, hardly ever, ussually, sometimes, often, always.

Expressions of frequency ussually go at the end of a sentence:

every day, twice a week, once a month, every year.

Complete the song with these verbs in the present simple.


It's late in the evening; she's wondering what clothes to wear. 
She ------- on her make-up and ------------ her long blonde hair. 
And then she --------- me, "Do I ---------   all right?" 
And I -------, "Yes, you --------- wonderful tonight." 

We --------- to a party and everyone turns to see 
This beautiful lady that's walking around with me. 
And then she -------- me, "Do you -------- all right?" 
And I say, "Yes, I ----------- wonderful tonight." 

I feel wonderful because I -------- 
The love light in your eyes. 

And the wonder of it all 
Is that you just don't realize how much I -------- you. 
It's time to go home now and I've got an aching head, 
So I ------- her the car keys and she --------- me to bed. 

And then I --------- her, as I turn out the light, 
I say, "My darling, you were wonderful tonight. 

Oh my darling, you were wonderful tonight."

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