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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12052: Present continuous OR Present simple?
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    Present continuous OR Present simple?

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    English exercise "Present continuous OR Present simple?" created by bridg with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from bridg]
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    'My name (to be) Peter; l (to live) in the suburbs of Boston with my family. Most people (to believe) we (to be) rich because we (to live) in a big house. But our family (to seem) to be like any other one. Have a look:

    Maggy, my wife, (to like) cooking. She (to enjoy) being in the kitchen with her friends. At the moment she (to make) a cake and you can't talk to her.

    What really (to worry) her is our daughter who (to prefer) to chat in front of her computer instead of cooking with her. Like many teenagers, Jenny (to think) it (to be) easier to get advice from someone you (not + to go to) see later. It's 5 pm. Paul, my son, (to play) basketball in the garden and I (to watch) TV, I (to wait) for this delicious cake that Maggy (to cook) . I told you, a family as yours. '


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