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English exercises  > present simple vs present continuous

 


 
Present Continuous vs. Simple Present
This exercise is to reinforce present continuous vs. simple present.

Level: elementary
Age: 9-100
Author: Nancy

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Present Simple vs. Present Continuous
2 exercises with Present Simple vs. Present Continuous

Level: elementary
Age: 11-14
Author:Ligia

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Present simple vs continuous
Itīs used to practice the present simple vs present continuous and the rooms of a house

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Author:mmedugazon

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Present simple vs. Present continuous
Revise the differences when using present simple and continuous.

Level: elementary
Age: 8-14
Author:Denisa

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Present Simple vs Present Continuous
Students apply the form, use and meaning of these two present tenses and recognize their main differences. They can easily understand some common mistakes which are made when using these tenses. This exercise is mainly for intermediate students but some execises can be used for elementaries as well.

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Author:Mirka

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Million pound drop game
SS have to choose between different options, according to tense and spelling.

Level: elementary
Age: 9-100
Author:Flor Olmedo

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PRESENT SIMPLE OR CONTINUOUS
Intermediate level exercises to compare present simple and continuous. I hope you like it.

Level: intermediate
Age: 11-100
Author:ahmet aytekin

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Present Continuous vs Present Simple
Dear Friends; You can find Present Continuous and Present Simple. General vocabulary review and Why..?Pressent Cont. Matching exercise.

Level: elementary
Age: 8-12
Author:cinar

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Present Simple vs. Present Continuous
Students can practise the use of dynamic and stative verbs used in Present Simple and Present Continuous.

Level: elementary
Age: 10-100
Author:Anna Pawłowska

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Simple Present vs Present continuous
Three simple but to the point exercises for our students :)

Level: elementary
Age: 8-100
Author:Papadopoulou Despina

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