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PRESENT SIMPLE x PRESENT CONTINUOUS

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PRESENT SIMPLE  x  PRESENT CONTINUOUS

  PRESENT SIMPLE                every day, on Friday, usually...          He / she / it  P L A Y S, G O E S, D O E S, H A S ...

                PRESENT CONTINUOUS    now, at the present, at the moment...   He is P L A Y I N G.
 

1. WRITE:

  I  to school every morning.                     I   to school at the moment.

 She usually  a book in the evening.          She   a book now.

 She usually  breakfast at 7 o'clock.          She   breakfast now.

 He usually  his HW from 5 to 7.            He   his HW at the moment.

 They usually  TV in the evening.            They   TV now.

 She usually  tennis on Fridays.             She   tennis at the moment.

 He usually  a bath on Sundays.             He   a bath now.

 
 

2. CHOOSE THE CORRECT SENTENCE:

   NOW:               USUALLY:                       NOW:

She plays tennis now.        They usually are watching TV...       She is having breakfast now. 

She is playing tennis now.   They usually watch TV in the evening. She has breakfast now.