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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #105825: Present simple or continuous
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    Present simple or continuous


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    1. My name (be) Tom and I live in London.

    2. I've recently arrived home and I (do) my homework right now.

    3. There are some people outside. What (they/do) ? They are making a lot of noise, that's for sure!

    4. On Saturdays, he always (play) football with his friends at the playground.

    5. They usually (take) the bus to school and they are in the same class.

    6. What (he/watch) on TV? It sounds like a sports programme.

    7. The supermarket (open) at 9 every Monday morning.

    8. I am fifteen years old. How old (be) you ? - I am fourteen.

    9. Look, that man (smoke) in the pub and it is not allowed.

    10. Everybody knows that water (boil) at 100 degrees Celsius.









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