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Nouns
Participles
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Present 
    continuous

Present 
    perfect

Present simple
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Present Simple vs Present Progressive
I made some exercises to point out the difference between present simple tense and present progressive. Hope you like it (=

Level: elementary
Age: 6-100
Author:Faik85

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Present Perfect Progressive VS Present Perfect
Ive made this online exercise to point out the difference between Present Perfect Tense and Present Perfect progressive. There are 30 exercises. I hope you like it (=

Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Author:Faik85

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progressive and non progressive verb
easy to solve

Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Author:emel aydın

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Song - John Lennon - Jealous Guy - Past Tense&Past Progressive
How about practicing Past Tense and Past Progressive? Romantic song by John Lennon

Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Author:Luiza

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Listening and exercises - Use of Past Progressive and Past Tense
On this online exercise you can listen to an interesting and easy video and practice some exercises as well.

Level: elementary
Age: 14-100
Author:Luiza

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Differences between Past Simple and Past Progressive
Through the game, students can practice the differences between simple past and past continuous and have fun.

Level: elementary
Age: 14-100
Author:Monica Corzo

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Info Questions in Present Progressive
This exercise is a practice about "wh"or information questions and the simple progressive(continuous).

Level: elementary
Age: 12-100
Author:Marie Colon

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The Black Eyed Peas - Where Is The Love ?
this great and popular song can teach WH question, enrich vocabulary. Students love it, improves their spelling and learn a lot from it.

Level: advanced
Age: 14-100
Author:Students.EnglishHouse

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Simple Present and Present Continuous Tenses
Gap filling exercise about simple present and present continuous tenses with brief explanation.

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author:sweet_melina

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Present Progressive - IN THE PLAYGROUND
Students have to fill in the correct present progressive form of the verb.

Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Author:MrsUH

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