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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #114261: Present simple or continuous
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    Present simple or continuous


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    1. Every day, my mother (go) to the market and buys some fruits and vegetables.

    2. I usually (have) dinner with my family when my father comes back from work.

    3. They always (spend) their holidays at the village near their grandparents' house.

    4. In Guinea, there (be) only two seasons instead of four.

    5. Look, someone (talk) to our neighbour in the garden.

    6. At this time, I (watch) a documentary movie on National Geographic Channel.

    7. Slow down the music please, they (do) their homework.

    8. My friend (live) in England,thus he can speak English fluently.

    9. Tom (do) well at school and his parents are very happy with him.

    10. They (go) to school every morning at 7.30.









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