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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #117338: Present simple or continuous
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    Present simple or continuous

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    1. Mike usually (to go) to the beach at weekends.

    2. John and Mike (eat) now.

    3. We often (to buy) balls to play tennis.

    4. He sometimes (to watch) T.V. in the morning.

    5. You (to eat) mangos every Sunday.

    6. We (eat) now; can you call back later please?

    7. Fred (to sleep) at this moment. Be quiet!

    8. They (to eat) rice right now.

    9. Mariolene always (to cry) when she is tired.

    10. Maniouca is a nice baby and (to sleep) very well.

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