Do you like bananas?
Yes, I do.
What about pineapples?
Yes, yum, yum.
Do you like strawberries?
No, I don´t.
And what about cherries?
No, yuck, yuck.


[Chorus]
When I like it, I like it.
Yum, yum, yum.
When I hate it, I hate it.
Yuck, yuck, yuck.


Do you like potatoes?
Yes, I do.
What about tomatoes?
Yes, yum, yum.
Do you like spinach?
No, I don´t.
And what about cabbage?
No, yuck, yuck.


[Chorus]

Do you like playing?
Yes, I do.
And what about singing?
Yes, it´s great.
Do you like homework?
No, I don´t.
And what about shopping?
No, no, no.


[Chorus x4]

Remplacer le "you" par "she" et bien conjugué

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2014-02-04T18:36:24+01:00
Does she like bananas?   
Yes, She does
What about pineapples?   
Yes, yum, yum. 
Does she like strawberries?   
No, She doesn´t. 
And what about cherries?   
No, yuck, yuck. 

[Chorus]
When She likes it, She likes it. 
Yum, yum, yum. 
When She hates it, She hates it. 
Yuck, yuck, yuck. 

Does she like potatoes?   
Yes, She does. 
What about tomatoes?   
Yes, yum, yum. 
Does She like spinach?   
No, She doesn´t. 
And what about cabbage?   
No, yuck, yuck. 

[Chorus] 

Does 
She like playing?   
Yes, She does. 
And what about singing?   
Yes, it´s great. 
Does 
She like homework?   
No, She doesn´t. 
And what about shopping?   
No, no, no. 

[Chorus x4]
Non, c'est LIKES!
Pas dans une question. La marque de la troisième personne est déjà sur l'auxiliaire "do".
yes
Je n'ai pas compris
Dans une question posée à la troisième personne avec It/She/He, la marque de la troisième personne se trouve sur l'auxiliaire (le verbe par lequel commence la phrase)
Par exemple : Does she have a sister ?
Has he got a pen ?