Hospitality English Program
This lesson is about writing simple and continuous sentences using Singular subject
Duration : 90 minutes
At the end of this lesson, you must be able to :
- Identify Singular Subject and know how to match it with Simple or Continuous Verb
- Identify and use Simple Present Verb in Question and Answer
- Identify and use Present Continuous Verb in Question and Answer
Reference : Chapter 2
Exercise 3c : Basic English Communication
Part 1 (Group work)
Fill in the blanks with appropriate answer based on the verb or non-verb used in the questions
- Does Mr Bernard (eat/eating) here everyday ? Yes, He eats here everyday
- Is he (stay/staying) in this hotel? No, He isn’t staying here
- Does he (come/coming) here with his family? No, He doesn’t come here with them
- Is he (have/having) lunch now? Yes, He is having his lunch
- Does he (need/needing) to order the food now? Yes, He needs to order it now.
- Does he always (drink/drinking) orange juice? Yes, He always drinks orange juice.
- Where is he (go / going ) now? He is going to the gift shop.
- What does he (want / wanting ) just now? He wants the bill.
- Where is he (sit/sitting)? He is sitting at table 3
- Does he always (pay/paying) cash? He always pays cash
Exercise 3d : Basic English Communication
- (Do / Does) he call you everyday ? Yes, He calls me everyday.
- (Do / Does) you call you everyday ? Yes, I call him everyday.
- (Are / Is) you working in this hotel? No, I am not working here.
- (Are / Is) he working in this hotel? No, He isn’t working here.
- (Do / Does) he always buy food here? Yes, He always buys food here.
- (Do / Does) you always buy food here? Yes, I always buy food here.
- Where (are / is) he traveling to? He is traveling to Australia.
- Where (are / is) you traveling? I am traveling to Australia.
- (Do / Does) he always take cash? Yes, He always takes cash
- (Do / Does) you always take cash? Yes, I always take cash
Part 2 (Group Work)
Using Singular subject (eg : he),write 10 present sentences (using instruction in bracket) about :
Your friend’s daily activities at work
- (simple verb) Q : What time does he arrive at work everyday?
- (simple verb) A : He arrives at 6.45am
- (simple verb) Q : What does he do at work?
- (simple verb) A : Usually He serves customers at the restaurant
- (cont verb) Q : Is he going anywhere tomorrow?
- (cont verb) A : Yes, He is going to the night market
- (adjective) Q : Is he happy to work here?
- (adjective) A : Yes, indeed He is very happy
- (prep / noun) Q : Is he on holidays now?
- (prep / noun) A : Oh no, He is not on holidays anymore