Objectives & Sequence: This lesson is intended to be used as a review of Grammar - Three Kinds of Verbs.

Intro Student One Student Two

Students work in pairs and open the corresponding tabs.

On each page, students are presented with ten sentences. Some of the sentences are positive and the others are negative. Student One reads one sentence to his or her partner. Student Two must change the sentence from positive to negative or vice-versa. Student One listens to Student Two's answer and checks that it matches the answer on his or her page.

On Student One's page: The man is sitting on a chair.

The man is sitting on a chair.

The man is not sitting on a chair.

  • John has lost weight.
    • He hasn't lost weight.
  • Michelle doesn't like junk food.
    • Michelle likes junk food.
  • My computer was made in China.
    • My computer wasn't made in China.
  • He is coughing a lot.
    • He isn't coughing a lot.
  • She does push-ups every day.
    • She doesn't do push-ups every day.
  • I ate breakfast this morning.
    • I didn't eat breakfast this morning.
  • My sister hasn't had surgery.
    • My sister has had surgery.
  • I enjoy swimming.
    • I don't enjoy swimming.
  • It will be a nice day.
    • It won't be nice day.
  • We didn't see each other yesterday.
    • We saw each other yesterday.
  • I have a headache.
    • I don't have a headache.
  • They are going on a diet.
    • They aren't going on a diet.
  • My nose is bleeding.
    • My nose isn't bleeding.
  • She feels pain in her shoulder.
    • She doesn't feel pain in her shoulder.
  • I saw a movie last night.
    • I didn't see a movie last night.
  • He cannot speak Chinese.
    • He can speak Chinese.
  • My temperature is going up.
    • My temperature isn't going up.
  • She lives by herself.
    • She doesn't live by herself.
  • The medicine will reduce the pain.
    • The medicine won't reduce the pain.
  • He doesn't understand.
    • He understands.