The Present Simple Tense vs The Present Continuous (Progressive) Tense Test 1
The Past Simple Tense vs The Past Continuous (Progressive) Tense
Present Simple vs Present Continuous
Put the verbs in parentheses into the right tense: (present simple or present progressive).
Jim: “Hi, Rose. It’s Jim.”
Rose: “Hi, Jim. It’s great to hear from you. How are you?”
Jim: “I’m fine. Actually, I (1) visitam visitingvisiting New York this week.”
Rose: “Really? Where (2) you are stayingdo you stayare you staying ?”
Jim: “I usually (3) stayam stayingdon't at my sister’s house. But this time, I (4) stayam stayingstaying at a hotel.”
Rose: “What (5) are you doingdo you dodo you doing here?”
Jim: “I (6) attendingattendam attending a computer conference. What (7) you doingdo you doingare you doing right now?”
Rose: “I (8) writeam writtingwritting some letters. Why?”
Jim: “(9) do you wantare you wantingyou are wanting to have lunch with me? I (10) sittingsitam sitting here all alone.”
1. It’s very cold. Everybody wearwearsis wearing a sweater.
2. In winter people wearsis wearingwear a sweater or a jacket.
3. You can’t talk to Tom now: he takeis takingtakes a shower.
4. He usually drinksis drinkingdrinking coffee but today he drinksis drinkingdrinking tea.
5. Who singsis singingis sing ? It’s Javier. He areamis happy.
6. We useusingare using this room today because the other room is busy.
7. Do you seeAre you seeYou see my car keys anywhere?