Hello there! Today we’re going to be focusing on three very important words in English grammar – Do, Does, and Did.
They’re commonly used to form questions and negatives in English, so understanding how to use them correctly is crucial for clear and accurate communication.
You’ll see from our exercises today how these words can change the meaning of a sentence dramatically. So, let’s dive into some engaging activities, which will help you understand these words better.
We will cover four types of exercises: arranging sentences, fixing errors, practicing vocabulary, and question-making.
1) Put the Sentences in the Correct Order – English Do, Does, and Did
a) you / xxx / coffee / like / ? – (present)
Do you like coffee?
2) Fix Grammatical Errors – English Do, Does, and Did Exercises
a) Your does play soccer. (present)
You do play soccer.
3) Practice your Vocabulary Completing the Sentences
a) Do you xxxx to xxxnk coffee in the mxxxing?
Do you like to drink coffee in the morning?
4) About English Do, Does, and Did, Write the Obvious Questions to the Answers
a) Yes, I do like chocolate.
Do you like chocolate?
Well done! You’ve made it to the end of our exercises on Do, Does, and Did. Hopefully, these activities have helped you get a firmer grasp on how and when to use these words in your sentences.
Remember, consistent practice is key when it comes to mastering any aspect of language. So, keep practicing these concepts, and soon you’ll find it easier to formulate your own sentences and questions.
If you ever find yourself unsure about something, don’t hesitate to review these quizzes a few more times. Keep up the good work and keep learning!