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Simple Present and Present Continuous Tense




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 Simple present & present continuous tense 

 

A.    A. Usage of DO and DOES

1. Carol watch the news   very often?

Yes,

 

2. 2.  you like to study your math tonight?

No,

 
 

3. 3.  Mr. and Mrs. Park like to exercise  together?

Yes,  

 

4. 4.  you and your friends  love to play video games? 

No,  

 

5. 5.  Anna like to read  poetry? 

Yes,   

 
 

B.   B.  Know the difference between simple present tense and present continuous tense

1.1.  I eat a lot =

2. I am playing tennis  =

1. The train  leaves every morning at 8AM = 

4  2. Whales live in the ocean = 

5. 3. California is in America  = 

6. 4. The dog  loves to walk every morning = 

7. 5.  I brush my teeth  every day = 

8. 6. I eat breakfast  before I go to school = 

9. 7. I walk  my dog every day = 

1  8.  She love to read books  = 

1  9 You are watching TV  = 

110.  I am learning  English now = 

13. Are you sleeping?  = 

14. I am not standing, I am sitting  = 

15. I am reading a great book  = 

16. Are you working on your science project?  

17. I am meeting my friends  after school = 

18. I am not going to the party  tonight = 

19. I am visiting my grandma this weekend = 

20. I am doing my assignment  =