5.like: I (like) to read.
6. like: Does Jim (like) to study? (Use the base form after the helping verb ‘does.’)
7. goes: Every weekday morning at 8 A.M. Josh (goes) to work.
8. wake, hear: Many mornings when I (wake) up, I (hear) the birds singing. (It happens every morning, so I chose ‘wake,’ but it happens at the moment of awakening, so it would also be O.K. to say ‘when I am waking up.
9. takes: Sarah (takes) the bus to work often.
10. lives: She (lives) too far from her work to walk.
11. know: Do you (know) the time?
12. asking, have: It’s 10:30. Are you (asking) because you don’t (have) a watch?
13. have, am having: No. I (have) a watch, but I (am having) trouble seeing right now, after an eye exam.
(The first ‘have’ is simple present, because I own it all the time, not just right now. It’s uncommon to use ‘have’ in the present continuous tense, but we can say “I’m having trouble” or a problem, when it is just a momentary problem-- not all the time. We also talk about “having a party.” Otherwise, use ‘have.’)
14. try: Some high school students don’t even (try) to answer questions in class.
15. Comes, gives: For example, Bill comes) to class every day, but he never (gives) the answer to the teacher’s questions.
16. leaves: He always (leaves) the moment the bell rings.