English Grammar — Present Simple — Negative Form — Teacher Pay Overseas
This ITTT video examines the negative structure of the Present Simple tense. The positive and questions forms are covered in other videos.
Negative: subject + auxiliary verb ‘do’ + not + base form of the verb
I/You/We/They do not teach.
He /She/It does not teach.
It is always important to teach the contracted forms i.e. do not – don’t, does – doesn’t.
In the negative form the auxiliary verb (also called the helping verb) doesn’t has the s so the main verb doesn’t need an s — for example, He doesn’t teach.
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