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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.

Ganesh and Martina (work, +) at the same company. Ganesh comes from India. Martina (come, -) from India, she (be, +) Spanish. Ganesh (to have, +) a technical education, he (work, +) as a developer. Martina (have, -) a technical education but she's a skilled professional in management. Both Ganesh and Martina (want, +) to build good careers. Martina speaks English fluently, she (make, -) mistakes. Ganesh (speak, -) English very well, he (need, +) practice.