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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #2021: Present continuous / Present simple
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    Present continuous / Present simple


    Present continuous / Present simple



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    1. My husband (to go) to the dentist's every year.

    2. Her son (to love) painting.

    3. Don't be so noisy! Your father is tired. He (to sleep) .

    4. (you + to watch +interrog.) television? Is it an interesting programme?

    5. The teacher (to say) my English is better now.

    6. Listen! Laura (play) the piano. It's beautiful, isn't it?

    7. Sorry, Sandra! I can't come now. I (to do) my homework.

    8. (you + to do + interrog.) your homework before dinner usually?

    9. Dad, what (you + to think) of?

    10. People (to think) this new TV show is really stupid.

    11. He (to like + neg.) my cooking.

    12. Don't be so negative! They (to know +neg.) her. I am sure they will like her.

    13. My parents (to have) a holiday in Spain. Have a look at the photos!

    14. Why (you + to laugh) ?

    15. There's blood on the floor. That (to look) rather odd!









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