! "What do you do?"="What is your job?" !
Q - What do you do?
A - I'm a teacher.
Adverbs of Frequency
Some adverbs tell us how often something is done.
You can see more about adverbs of frequency in the grammar section.
The Present Simple - "Do I?"
In the third person (he, she, it) form, the question form of the verb to do takes an s. For example:-
|Do||I/we/you/ they||have something?||do something?||like something?||want something?|
|Does||he/she/it||have something?||do something?||like something?||want something?|
Let's ask Mr Bean what he does at work every day...
|"Mr Bean, what do you do?"||"I'm a teacher."|
|"What do you teach?"||"I teach English."|
|"Where do you work?"||"I work at a language school in London.|
|"Do you usually walk to work?"||"No, I always drive."|
|"What time do you usually start?"||"I usually start work at 9.00 am."|
|"How many classes do you teach?"||"I usually teach three classes a day."|
|"Do you ever teach evening classes?"||"No, never. I only teach in the day."|
|"Do you ever teach on a Saturday?"||"Yes, but only sometimes."|
|"Does anyone else teach English?"||"Yes, there is one other English teacher, Miss Smith."|
|"Does she teach every day?"||"No, she only works part-time. She teaches Monday to Wednesday. She never teaches at the weekend."|
|"What time do you usually finish work?"||"I usually finish work at 4 o'clock."|
For practice, ask Teach about her daily routine.
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