Grammar for Question 4 – Negative grammar verbs: don’t/doesn’t
- I like rugby, but I don’t like football.
- You live in Scotland, you don’t live in France.
- He doesn’t understand me.
- She doesn’t drink alcohol.
- My dog doesn’t eat chocolate.
- James doesn’t like pizza.
- James and Susan don’t like pizza.
- We don’t go to school on Saturday.
- They don’t work very hard.
- It doesn’t rain in the desert.
|Negative sentences with verbs (like/live/understand…) have a grammar verb: do not = don’t.|
But remember: With he, she or it we use does not = doesn’t.
With one person/thing (John/Sally/my car…) use doesn’t.
Names of two or more people/things (John and Sally/my sisters/the cats…) use don’t