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We to speak English at the moment. Here we are talking about an ongoing situation and therefore we use the present perfect continuous tense. Create worksheets that reinforce the present continuous tense. The present continuous is not used with stative verbs. Present continuous 1.
Your answer has been saved. Simple Present Exercise More than one person is aware of the event. Free interactive exercises to practice online or download as pdf to print. In some examples two answers may be possible but one is more natural than the other. Here are some examples: Our new colleague comes to work by car.
I can't go on Sunday. Going , Present , Continuous , Present continuous and be going. Link to this page:. I'm visiting my grannie then. The Future Continuous Exercise will be dancing A Fill the gaps with the verb in brackets using the future continuous tense. B: They Future , Continuous , Future continuous.
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Some are simple fill-in-the-blank exercises; while others invite students to match a list of pictures with the right tenses. Reminder: simple present is used for actions that are habitual or repeated; present progressive is used for actions that are happening right now. Present continuous. Present Progressive Tense Complete the following sentences using the correct form of the verb. Teach the present continuous tense present progressive tense with these present continuous worksheets. My grandfather often comes over for dinner at the weekends. He is talking on the telephone.
Exercises, PDF worksheets + rules on going to vs present simple and continuous for future. 1. Complete an email. 2. Multiple choice test.
More examples: The phone rings Julie: I 'll get it! I 'm going to go on holiday next week. Of course, this is possible, but normally we plan our holidays more in advance! Other points about the future: We use the present continuous tense for definite future arrangements. Often, it doesn't really matter if we choose 'be going to' or the present continuous.