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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #19324: Present simple or continuous
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    Present simple or continuous

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    1. My son (play) on his computer every morning.

    2. Today is Sunday : I (not / teach)!

    3. What (the baker / do) every day?

    4. He (make) bread, he is a baker.

    5. How often (you / have) English lessons?

    6. I (have) English lessons three times a week.

    7. 'Darling! What (you/do) in the bathroom?'

    8. 'Nothing special! I (brush) my teeth.

    9. Miss Prim (feed) Bobby too often.

    10. Bobby (not / do) enough exercise.

    11. Look! The children (look) through the keyhole!

    12. 'I can't see Dave! Whom (he / dance) with?'

    13. At home, I (not / help) my parents.

    14. My parents and I (watch) TV at the moment.

    15. Today, the nurse (not / give) injections.

    16. The book that I (read) now is very interesting.

    17. 'Vanessa! What (your brother / do)?

    18. He (listen) to music in his room.

    19. My sister (not / like) chocolate.

    20. Mrs Smith always (have) breakfast in the kitchen.

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