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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #110641: Present Simple or Present Continuous
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    Present Simple or Present Continuous


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    1. She (love) to dance in that place every weekend.

    2. I (read) right now, but I think I'll have a cup of tea.

    3. I (play) tennis every day when I am at my parents' home.

    4. He (be) in the bookshop trying to buy something for his nephew.

    5. My dad (watch) TV while my mother is cooking the dinner.

    6. Right now, my friends (dance) while I am sitting here.

    7. What (you/like) to do at weekends?

    8. I (try) to have a conversation with you now, but you are still sad.

    9. Sarah (write) a letter for you right now.

    10. We (be) on a holiday, please switch your phone off.









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