Vocabulaire: like, likes, liked


Do I like trains?
I like trains.
Do I like ham?
I don’t like ham
Do you like school?
You like school

Do you like peanuts?
You don’t like peanuts
Do we like chesse
We like cheese.
Do we like asparagus?
We don’t like asparagus.

Do they like tomatoes?
They like tomatoes
Do they like spinach?
They don’t like spinach.
Does he like you?
He likes you .
Does he like your brother?
he doesn’t like your brother.
Does she like kids?
She likes kids.
Does she like football?
she doesn’t like football.
Does it like sugar?
It likes sugar.
Does it like cheese?
It doesn’t like cheese.
Did I like the new album?
I liked the new album.
Did I like the musical?
I didn’t like musical.
Did you like the English class?
I liked English class.
Did you like the movie?
You didn’t like the movie.
Did we like our vacation?
We liked our vacation.
Did we like the old teacher?
We didn’t like old teacher
Did they like me?
They liked me.
Did they like the restaurant?
They didn’t like the restaurant.
Did he like the speech?
He liked the speech.

Did he like working at night?
He didn’t like working at night.
Did she like me?
she liked me.
Did she likethe game?
She didn’t like game.

Did it like the biscuits?
It liked the biscuits.
Did it like the gravy?
It didn’t like the gravy.

2 thoughts on “Vocabulaire: like, likes, liked”

  1. J’ai remarqué une faute d’orthographe presqu’à la fin du texte.
    She like me ?

    She likes me ?

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