The simple present form is used to describe routine activities. For example, saying, “I brush my teeth”, implies that I brush my teeth regularly. We will use the following phrases in the simple present to make negative and affirmative sentences.
- Have a dangerous job
- Have an interesting job
- Need a driver’s license
- Stand all day
- Wear a uniform
- Wear an ID badge
- Work in a court
- Work outside
- Work inside
Here is an example, using a firefighter, of a negative and positive sentence that you can make.
Present Affirmative: He has a dangerous job.
Present Negative: He does not work in a court.
Find different jobs and practice creating a present affirmative and present negative sentence for each job. Here are some jobs as an example: