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Put the verb in brackets into the present simple. ‘+’ means positive, ‘-’ means negative. Use the short negative form of the auxiliary verb — don’t or doesn’t.

The weather in Malta (be, +) always fine. It (rain, -) in summer, it (snow, -) in winter. The temperature (fall, -) below nine degrees Celsius in winter. In summer it (get, -) too hot. People (buy, -) warm clothes such as fur coats and down jackets. Many tourists (come, +) to Malta every year. They (enjoy, +) its mild climate. They (like, +) to swim in the sea and sunbathe on a beach. Malta (have, +) a lot of other attractions: yachts, colourful fairs, horse riding, golf, opera and theatre.