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Verb - to get-up

Present form - get-up

Let's break it down.

Subject + present tense verb + time / location

I get-up at 6:30am.

She get-up at 7:30am.

He gets-up at 7:30am.

They gets-up at 7:30am.

We get-up at 7:30am.

You get-up at 7:30am.

It gets-up at 7:30am.

Note that the subjects (he, she and it) change the verb so there is an 's' at the end of the work 'get'. 


A: What time do you get-up everyday?

B: I get-up at 8:30am. 

A: What time does your mum get-up?

B: My mun wakes up at 9:00am. 

A: What time do the children get-up?

B: They get-up at 6:00am. 


To make the negative use this form:

Subject + do not / does not + get-up + time / location

I do not get-up at 6:30am.

She does not get-up at 7:30am.

He does not get-up at 7:30am.

They do not get-up at 7:30am.

We do not get-up at 7:30am.

You do not get-up at 7:30am.

It does not get-up at 7:30am.

Note that it is 'does not' for the subject 'he', 'she' and 'it'. It is 'do not' for all other subjects

Questions (?)

To make a question use this form:

Do / Does + subject + get-up + time / location

Do you get-up at 6:30am?

Does she get-up at 7:30am?

Does he get-up at 7:30am?

Do they get-up at 7:30am?

Do we get-up at 7:30am?

Do I get-up at 7:30am?

Does it get-up at 7:30am?

Note that it is 'Does' for the subject 'he', 'she' and 'it'. It is 'Do' for all other subjects

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