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Present Simple – don’t, doesn’t

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Do you know the difference between DON’T (do not) and DOESN’T (does not)?

Both auxilary verbs are used to make negative sentences in the Present Simple Tense.

The third person singular (he, she, it) takes doesn’t but I, you, we and they take don’t.


We don’t use our moblies all the time.


She doesn’t use her mobile all the time.


Try this online exercise and see if you are good at this part of the Present Simple Tense.


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Present Simple - don't, doesn't

Choose the correct negative forms for the following sentences.

1 / 10

I __________ (not get up) early at the weekends.

2 / 10

His friends __________ (not visit) him every day.

3 / 10

Her parents __________ (not watch) movies in the evenings.

4 / 10

Lisa and me __________ (not keep) any animals in our house.

5 / 10

Henry __________ (not speak) any foreign language.

6 / 10

Fabian __________ (not do) shopping every day.

7 / 10

Our house __________ (not need) any renovation.

8 / 10

It __________ (not rain) a lot in summer.

9 / 10

This dish __________ (not taste) delicious.

10 / 10

This theatre __________ (not open) in the morning.

Your score is


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