The Verb Do Worksheet 1
Sometimes writers have trouble choosing between do and does.
Do is the base form and is used with these subjects: I, you, they, or any plural subject.
Does is the s form and is used with these subjects: he, she, it, or any singular noun.
Practice: Write direct questions, following the instructions given in each sentence.
Ask Monica if she has a headache.
Monica, do you have a headache?
Ask if Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs like their new home.
Do Mr. and Mrs. Jacobs like their new home?
1. Ask when the next bus leaves.
2. Ask if the dog needs water.
3. Ask if the drugstore sells cameras.
4. Ask if Denver has a warm climate.
5. Ask if the houseplants need watering.
6. Ask if coffee tastes good in the morning.
7. Ask if Georgia Southern has a water polo team.
8. Ask if many people turn out to watch the women’s basketball team.
9. Ask if everybody has a ticket to the game.
10. Ask Joe if he likes liver.
11. Ask how much gasoline costs.
12. Ask Mrs. James if she has an attendance policy.
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