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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #124421: Present Simple or Continuous or Gerund
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    Present Simple or Continuous or Gerund

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    I (work) in the Project Department. We specialise in (create) development projects of various gas and oil fields in Russia. We always (search) for the best oil fields on our continental shelf. However, (find) a good new oil or gas field can be very difficult. Next year we (start) a new project. I believe that it will be a success because I'm good at (manage) my team. Our company (cope) with a lot of difficulties this year. (adapt) to the new reality is one of our priorities. The conference with our partners about this issue (start) next Monday at 1:00 p.m. Personally, I really hate (discuss) this topic, but we must do it.

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