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 PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE 
 
Fill in the gaps in the sentences using the verbs in the Present Continuous Tense (affirmative or negative). GOOG LUCK!!!
 
1.  The pumpkin  the Tiger's tail.
 
2.  Mickey . He .
 
3.  The Tiger . He  honey.
 
4.  The Tiger . He .
 
5. Mickey  basketball.
 
6.  He  football. He  tennis.
 
7.  He , he .
 
8.  The puppy .
 
9.  She  on the floor and she  a letter to her friend.

 

       

  present continuous downloadable worksheets:
What are they doing?
Look at the picture and answer the questions.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-11
Downloads: 4683

 
What are they doing? - present continuous
Match, complete, answer, write. 3 pages.
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Age: 8-14
Downloads: 4281

 
Present Simple or Continuous
A good worksheet to practise the two present tenses.
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 3781

 
Present Simple or Present Continuous?
There are some exercises to identify the difference of use between these two Present tenses.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Downloads: 3037

 
Present Continuous Tense (1)
This is the first part of a worksheet about Present Continuous. There are 5 pages that include a guide and some funny exercises for the studdents.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 2582

 
present continuous tense
Itīs a useful worksheet on present Continuous.You will find a grammar , a spelling and productive activities parts. Just let your students discover the grammar by the examples and then encourace the to produce it themselves. Hope you like it :)
Level: elementary
Age: 7-17
Downloads: 1864

 
PRESENT SIMPLE VS PRESENT CONTINUOUS- A COMPLETE REVISION- *AFFIRMATIVE**NEGATI VE* *INTERROGATIVE * and *SHORT ANSWERS*.
A revision of both tenses in two clear colums to help students organize their ideas in a visual mode.
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1696

 
What is he doing? (present continuous)
Ss look at the pictures, complete the sentences using the correct verb, then answer True/False sentences...hope you find it useful:)
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1663

 

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