|Am||Am not (‘m not)||I’m not full|
|Is||Is not (isn’t or ‘s not)||It isn’t damp.|
|Are||Are not (aren’t or ‘re not)||They aren’t next.|
|Was||Was not (wasn’t)||She wasn’t tired.|
|Were||Were not (weren’t)||We weren’t interested.|
|Have||Have not (haven’t )||I haven’t finished writing.|
|Has||Has not (hasn’t)||Sarah hasn’t lent a hand.|
|Will||Will not (won’t)||Lola won’t lead her team.|
|Can||Cannot (can’t)||I can’t be bothered.|
|Could||Could not (couldn’t)||Bella couldn’t make it.|
|Must||Must not (mustn’t)||She mustn’t see the prize.|
|Should||Should not (shouldn’t)||You shouldn’t feel down.|
|would||Would not (wouldn’t)||I wouldn’t like to see her.|
|They came to listen yesterday.||They didn’t come to listen yesterday.|
|We played the drums.||We didn’t play the drums.|
|Debby shared her drink with us.||Debby didn’t share her drink with us.|
|Oliver plays the violin and banjo.||Oliver doesn’t play the violin and banjo.|
|My grandma likes retirement.||My grandma doesn’t like retirement,|
|I want to travel the world.||I don’t want to travel the world.|
Were you born in Newcastle?
Harry wasn’t born in Newcastle. (Example Answer)
Do you live in Newcastle?
Do you enjoy the attractions Newcastle has to offer?
Have you been to university?
Have you passed your driving test?
Have you got a car?
Are you interested in sports?
Do you enjoy meeting new people?
Have you travelled to Holland before?
Are you married?