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PRESENT CONTINUOUS Vs PRESENT SIMPLE

                  +                      ?                             -
Present Simple:            I walk             Do I walk?              I don't walk
                            You walk          Do you walk?             You don't walk
                            He walks         Does he walk?            He doesn't walk
                            She walks        Does she walk?          She doesn't walk
                            It walks          Does it walk?             It doesn't walk
                            We walk          Do we walk?              We don't walk
                            You walk          Do you walk?            You don't walk
                            They walk        Do they walk?            They don't walk.
 
Time expressions: every day / week / month...etc, always, often, usually, sometimes, rarely, seldom, often, never, on Mondays, once / twice a week / month, etc
 
                                        +                          ?                                     -
Present Continuous:             I am walking            Am I walking?                      I'm not walking
                                 You are walking          Are you walking?                  You aren't walking
                                 He is walking             Is he walking?                    He isn't walking
                                 She is walking            Is she walking?                   She isn't walking
                                 It is walking              Is it walking?                     It isn't walking
                                 We are walking          Are we walking?                   We aren't walking
                                 You are walking          Are you walking?                 You aren't walking
                                 They are walking        Are they walking?                 They aren't walking
 
Time expressions: now, at the moment, these days, today, this morning / week / year, etc, for the time being.
                   
 
Look at the pictures and write what they are doing at the moment.
 
 (sit / in an armchair) He .
 (read / a book) She .
 (go / to school) They .
 (sleep) He .
 (drive / a bus) He .
 
 
Look at the pictures and write about Jonh's morning routine.
 
John (get up)  at 7 o' clock. He  (have a bath)  and then he  (get)  dressed. His wife    (bring)   him breakfast to the dining room and they  (eat)  together. Finally he   (catch)  the bus to work.
 
 
Choose the correct answer.
 
1. My mother the dishes every evening.
2. The boys  at the moment.
3. Helen never  jeans.
4. They usually  dinner at 9 o' clock.
5. Tom  his hands now.
5. Sue  waiting in queues.
6. I  for a test today.
7. The Smiths  their house these days.
8. I  the Internet twice a day.
9.  your name day that way every year?
10. Susan  the housework at the moment.
11. The technician  the TV right now.
12. We often  to school.
13. Our teacher never  us much homework.
14. The cats  in the garden now.
15. Tom and Peter  to the zoo twice a year.

 

       


 

 

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