a) Do verbe lexical : phrases c , d et e .
b) Do auxiliaire : phrases a , b et e .
a) " Did you see Jack yesterday ? "
b) " No , I didn't . He was at the match . "
c) " He likes hockey and so does Kevin . Do you ? "
d) " Well , I don't play myself . So , I don't know ! "
e) " Did Jack call you later in the evening ? " " No , he didn't . "
a) Does Hilary swim well ? No , Hilary doesn't swim well .
b) Does she often do competitions ? No , she doesn't often do competitions .
c) Does she often win ? No , she doesn't often win .
d) Did she get a gold medal last season? No , she didn't get a gold medal last season .
e) Did she compete in the olympic Games ? No , she didn't compete in the Olympic Games .
a) Yes , he does .
b) No , I don't .
c) Oh , did he ?
d) No , I didn't .
a) " Morning , Mr Jones ! How do you do ? " Morning , John , nice to meet you . "
b) Now do you know what you're going to do ? "
c) Yes , I've made my decision .
d) I'm going to try and do competitions .
e) Good , John . I know you will succeed if you do your best !
a) " How old are you ? "
b) " Yes , I train every day . I never make an exception . "
c) " But afterwards , I must do my homework . It's exhausting . "
d) " Every day , I say : ' Make an effort . ' . It does me good ! "
e) " At home , I do nothing except my homework . "
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