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Simple Present vs. Present Continuous

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Put the verb in the brackets in the correct form (always use long forms).
 
  1. Sometimes we  (go) away at weekends.
  2. It's nice today. The sun  (shine).
  3. (You meet Kate in the street.) Hello, Kate. Where  (go)?
  4. How often  you  (go) on holiday?
  5. Emily is a writer. She  (write) books for children.
  6. I never  (read) newspapers.
  7. 'Where are Michael and Jane?' 'They  (watch) TV in the living room.
  8. Helen is in her office. She  (talk) to somebody.
  9. What time  you usually  (have) dinner?
  10. John isn't at home at the moment. He  (visit) some friends.
  11. 'Would you like some tea?' 'No, thank you. I  (not drink) tea.
  12. 'What's this word? How  you  (pronounce) it?
  13. Sue always  (get) to work early.
  14. I enjoy travelling, but I  (travel) much.
  15. 'Why  you 
     (stand) 
    here?' 'I  (wait) for somebody.