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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #4: Two presents: simple and continuous
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    Two presents: simple and continuous

    Use the present continuous or the present simple.
    Warning: only NEGATIVE contracted forms are accepted.
    Examples: ''They're playing'' is NOT accepted.
    But: ''They aren't playing'' IS accepted.

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    The train always (leave) on time.
    What's the matter? Why (cry/you)?
    That's strange. Our kids (not/watch) TV because they are too tired.
    He (not/speak) very good English.
    Please be quiet. I (do) my homework!
    Where (live/they)?
    Listen! John (play) music!
    I never (go) to the swimming pool.
    Harold Black is a famous pianist. He (give) two or three concerts every week.
    He (travel) a lot and this week he's in New York.
    He (stay) at an expensive hotel.
    He's at his hotel now. He (have) his breakfast in the dining-room.
    He (drink) a cup of coffee, and he (read) a newspaper.
    Harold's always very busy. He (play) the piano regularly.
    He (practise) for four hours every day.
    He (go) to bed late and he always (get up) early.
    But he sometimes (get) dressed too quickly
    and this morning he (wear) one blue sock and one red one!

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