Use the present simple to talk about things that you do regularly – or things that are true in general.
For the present simple negative, add don’t or doesn’t before the verb:
|I / You / We / They||don’t||like|
|He / She / It||doesn’t||like|
- I don’t like coffee.
- John doesn’t like pizza.
- John and David don’t like milk.
- My mother doesn’t like to travel.
In the present simple negative, do not add -s:
Martha doesn’t likes to dance.
Martha doesn’t like to dance.
Present Simple Quiz 2
doesn't wake up
don't wake up
no wakes up