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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)   New York this week.”

Rose:   “Really? Where (2)  ?”

Jim:      “I usually (3)  at my sister’s house. But this time, I (4)  at a hotel.”

Rose:   “What (5)  here?”

Jim:      “I (6)  a computer conference. What (7)  right now?”

Rose:   “I (8)  some letters. Why?”

Jim:         “(9)  to have lunch with me? I (10)  here all alone.”

 
Rose:      “Yeah. That would be great.”

 

Put the verbs in parentheses into present simple or progressive.

1.                 It’s very cold. Everybody ­­­­ a sweater.

2.                 In winter people  a sweater or a jacket.

3.                 You can’t talk to Tom now: he  a shower.

4.                 He usually  coffee but today he  tea.

5.                 Who  ? It’s Javier. He  happy.

6.                 We  this room today because the other room is busy.

7.                  my car keys anywhere?