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- What time do you wake up?
- I wake up at 9.30 am
Main uses: permanent situations, regular habits and daily routine; feelings
Syntax: In the positive form, add an 's' to the base form:
I wake up
You wake up
He/She/It wakeS up
We wake up
You wake up
They wake up
If the verb ends in -y preceded by a consonant, change the -y to -ies : she studies
If the verb ends in -o : she goes
Negative:Conjugate 'do' + not (don't and doesn't) + the base form of the verb to make negatives.
I don't wake up at 9.30 am
She doesn't wake up at 9.30 am
Question: Conjugate 'do' (do or does) + the base form of the verb in question forms.
Do you wake up at 9.30?
Does she wake up at 9.30?
Do you wake up at 9.30 ?
|Long answer:||Yes, I wake up at 9.30||No, I don't wake up at 9.30|
|Short answer:||Yes, I do.||No, I don't.|
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