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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #123795: Present simple or continuous
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    Present simple or continuous


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    English exercise "Present simple or continuous" created by farshid with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from farshid]
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    1. Shane (fill in) his tax report now.

    2. My teacher (see) me every Wednesday in the Physics lab.

    3. George (not/work) very hard at the moment.

    4. Look! Fred (try) to fix the radio antenna forever.

    5. Human beings (give out) carbon dioxide.

    6. I (want) to watch a movie on the TV.

    7. In London people (drive) on the left-hand side of the street.

    8. His friends (travel) around the world this spring. Look at their photos.

    9. The Oxford University (run) the History course every semester.

    10. Numbers of birds (die) because of environmental pollution this year.









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