I like to travel.
You travel by plane a lot. We travel by train
They travel by motorbike, he prefers to travel by car.
She prefers to travel by motorbike. In London, I like to travel by tube / metro / subway.
When she goes on holiday she likes to fly – Peter likes to drive. He can drive a motorbike.
We set off tomorrow. We go on holiday. We need a holiday because we work a lot.
Every day we commute to go to work. It is not cheap.
You arrive at work together. He likes travelling.
There is always traffic so I go to the station on my motorbike.
I go to the airport. There is a train station and a metro station there.
If you have little luggage, planes are not expensive. It is relaxing on the plane.
The roads are too crowded.
We have to add an -s to the third person singular: he/she/it in the present simple
I eat cheese. > He eats cheese.
Please note that the third person singular (he, she, it) has a different ending to all the others. We add -s
Try to conjugate the following verbs:
to speak, to work, to travel…
Be careful as some verbs change spelling slightly with the third person singular (he/she/it):
a/ Verb + -es
I finish > he finishes, she finishes, it finishes
I go > he goes, she goes, it goes
I do > he does, she does, it does
b/ Verb ending in a consonant + y, we remove the -y and add +ies:
I fly > he flies, she flies, it flies
I study > he studies, she studies
Certain verbs are also conjugated totally differently, for instance: “to do”, “to be”, “to have” and “can”:
You are -you’re
He is – he’s
She is – she’s
It is – it’s
We are – we’re
You are – you’re
They are – they’re
I have – I’ve
You have – you’ve
We have – we’ve
You have – you’ve
They have – they’ve
Can we travel by plane?
No, but we can travel by train.
Can we go on holiday?
No, we cannot go on holiday.
You prefer trains or planes?
I prefer trains.
Is it cheap?
No, it is not cheap, it is expensive.
Are the roads crowded?
No, the roads are not crowded.
Are you at work?
No, I am not at work. I am at home.
Why are you at home?
Because I have no work today.
Are they commuting to work?
Yes, they are commuting to work.
Is there traffic?
Yes there is always traffic.
He travels by plane.
Yes, he travels by plane.