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Unit 37. I am /I don't etc.

Unit 37. I am /I don't etc.
She isn't tired but he is.
(he is = he is tired)
He smokes but she doesn't.
(she doesn't = she doesn't smoke)

am/is/are   was/were   have/has   do/does/did
can   will   must   may    might   would   should
- I haven't got a car but my sister has. (= my sister has got a car)
- ‘Please help me.’ ‘I'm sorry, I can't.’ (= I can't help you)
- ‘Are you tired?’ ‘I was, but I'm not now.’ (= I was tired but I'm not tired now.)
- ‘Do you think Ann will come?’ ‘She might.’ (= She might come.)
- ‘Are you going now?’ ‘Yes, I'm afraid I must.’ (= I must go) - ‘Is it raining?’ ‘Yes, it is. / No, it isn't.’
- ‘Have you ever been to Canada?’ ‘Yes, I have. / No, I haven't.’
- ‘Will Alan be here tomorrow?’ ‘Yes, he will. / No, he won't.’ - I don't like hot weather but Sue does. (= Sue likes hot weather)
- She works very hard but I don't. (= I don't work very hard)
- ‘Do you enjoy your work?’ ‘Yes, I do.’
Use did for the Past Simple:
- ‘Did you and John enjoy the film?’ ‘I did but John didn't.’
(= I enjoyed it but John didn't enjoy it.)
- ‘Did it rain yesterday?’ ‘No, it didn't.’ - ‘Are you tired?’ ‘Yes, I am.’ (not ‘Yes, I'm.’)
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