1. Excuse me, but you are siting in my place.
2. Mary and I am expecting someone.
3. Do they looking for a new flat?
4. I don't believe you. You are lieing!
5. What she is thinking about?
6. Tom has a shower at the moment.
7. "What is your father doing?" "He is a doctor".
8. I meet Susan at 8 o'clock tonight.
9. I am playing golf on Saturdays.
10. Leave me alone! Can't you see I work.
11. I usually work till 5 o'clock in the afternoon, but today I work late.
12. Sssh! Somebody follows us.
13. She is going to work by car every day.
14. We take the plane to London tomorrow morning. We've got the tickets.
1. Mary Peter standing at the bus stop.
Mary: Hello, Peter. What bus you for?
Peter: Hello, Mary. I for a 9 or a 14.
Mary: You usually to work by car, don’t you?
Peter: Yes, but the car to my mother and she sometimes it. She it today to take Tom to the dentist.
Mary: I usually by car, too. Jack me because he my office on his way to the factory. But this week he in a factory in the opposite direction: so I like you.
Peter: Here is a 9 now. on it or you for a 14?
Mary: I I’ll take the 9. If I for a 14 I may be late, and if you late at my office everyone look at you.
2. It is 8:30. Tom and Ann breakfast. They both their letters.
Tom: No one ever to me. All I is bills! anything interesting?
Ann: I’ve got a letter from Hue. He he to London next week and us to meet him for lunch.
3. Peter: traffic wardens in your country?
Pedro: No, I so. You them in my town anyway. What exactly a traffic warden ?
Peter: He up and down the street and if a car too long at the parking place or in a no parking area he a parking ticket to the windscreen. Look! He a ticket on Tom’s car. Tom will be furious when he it. He getting parking tickets.
4. It is Friday evening and the Browns are at home. Mrs Brown to the concert on the radio; Mr Brown a paper, George Brown his homework and Ann Brown a letter. Mr Brown always his newspapers in the evenings. Mrs Brown sometimes but she tonight.
VII Write the correct form of the verbs, use Present Simple or Present Continuous tense:
5. Why that man (stand) in the middle of the road? He (wait) to get across. He (look) for a gap in the traffic. Why he (not use) the subway? Lots of people (not bother) to use the subway. They (prefer) to risk their lives crossing here.
6. Tom: (you, see) that man at the corner? He (keep) stopping people and asking them questions. (you, think) he (ask) for directions?
Jack: No, I (expect) he (make) a survey.
Tom: (how, you, make) a survey?
Jack: You (stop) people and (ask) them questions and (write) the answers on a report sheet.
7. Jack: How much longer (you, stay) in England?
Paul: Only one more day. I (leave) tomorrow night. I (go) to Holland for two weeks.
Jack: And (you, come) back to England after that or (you, go) home?
Paul: It (depend) on my father. But if he (agree) to let me go on studying here I’ll certainly come back. And I (expect) he will agree. By the way, Jack and Ann (see) me off at Victoria tomorrow. Why (you not come) too? (invitation)
8. Tom: I (smell) something burning!
Jack: So do I. I (think) it (come) from the kitchen. Ann (probably, iron). She usually (iron) and (watch) TV at the same time and if she (get) very interested in the programme she (forget) that she (press) a hot iron on somebody’s shirt. Mother (think) of selling the TV set.