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A) CHOOSE THE RIGHT OPTION ABOUT WHAT PEOPLE ARE DOING!
 
 
1.  The man                     2.   The girl isn't singing. She
 
3.  The man and the woman  4.  They aren't playing. They  
 
5.   Michael      6.  Liza      
 
7.   Bob               8.     
 
9.  They             10.  The boy
 
 
 
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1.                           2. 
                          Yes, she is.                                                              It is dancing.
 
 
3.                        4. 
                        The frog is singing.                                                         Yes, he is.
 
5.              6.     
                          The mouse is jumping.                                       It is eating cheese.
 
 
                                 
 
                                                                   
                                    

 

       


 

 

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