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Affirmative / Positive Sentences
I go to school.
She takes a bath in the morning.
We sing a song.
I take breakfast.
I get up early in the morning.
I laugh very loudly.
He does his homework.
I watch T.V. for two hours.
I read newspaper daily.
They eat apples.
We go to see movie.
We learn our lesson.
We play cricket in the evening.
I go to Ram’s house daily.
Sita goes to market with me.
Ram eats food with Rohan.
My father goes to America
Jack doesn’t eat mango.
He doesn’t go to the market.
She doesn’t play in the evening.
I don’t tell a lie.
My mother doesn’t cook the food.
I don’t like Nisha.
Rohit doesn’t practice seriously.
Ram doesn’t play flute.
Robin and Joel do not do homework.
My father doesn’t go to Delhi.
You do not run fast.
We do not sing songs.
They do not play in the garden.
We do not go to village in holidays.
My father doesn’t do household works.
My sister doesn’t learn her lesson.
I do not get up early in the morning.
Mohan doesn’t tell a lie.
We don’t go for a walk in the evening.
My dad doesn’t scold me.
Do I go to school?
Does she take bath in the morning?
Does he weep?
Do they play?
Do we sing a song?
Do I take breakfast?
Do I get up early in the morning?
Do I laugh very loudly?
Does he do his homework?
Does she sing?
Do they go for a walk in the garden daily?
Do they eat apples?
Do we go to see movie?
Do we learn our lesson?
Do we play cricket in the evening?
Does Julie sleep late at night?
Do I go to Ram’s house daily?
Does Rohit take lunch with Mohit?
Does my father go to Jaipur?
Do you practice meditation?
Negative Interrogative Sentences
Don’t I go to school?
Doesn’t she take bath in the morning?
Doesn’t he weep?
Don’t we sing a song?
Don’t I take breakfast?
Don’t I get up early in the morning?
Don’t I laugh very loudly?
Doesn’t he do his homework?
Doesn’t she sing?
Don’t they go for a walk in the garden daily?
Don’t they eat apples?
Don’t we go to see movie?
Don’t we learn our lesson?
Don’t we play cricket in the evening?
Doesn’t Julie sleep late at night?
Don’t I go to Ram’s house daily?
Doesn’t Sita go to market with me?
Doesn’t Rohit take lunch with Mohit?
Doesn’t my father go to Jaipur?
Don’t you practice meditation daily?
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