Present simple negative – Exercise 153

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.

Martina (have, +) a sister. Her name (be, +) Gabriela. Gabriela (live, -) in London. She (study, +) in Madrid. Gabriela (want, -) to work abroad like her sister Martina. She (like, -) big noisy cities. She (want, +) to become a school teacher. She (hope, -) for a high salary but it (matter, -) to her. She (like, +) children and she has a talent for teaching.