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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #5342: Present or +ing
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    Present or +ing

    Use the present or the progressive form +ing.

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    1. Patrick is not here. He (play) soccer at the moment.

    2. You often (go) to the cinema.

    3. No, I (not/have) much time.

    4. Where is mum? She is in the kitchen, she (prepare) the meal.

    5. Larry (not/do) his homework at the moment.

    6. He (sleep) just now.

    7. Yes, he (be) tired.

    8. It is understandable, he sometimes (go) to bed late.

    9. What (do / you) every Saturday?

    10. I (visit) my grandmother every Sunday.

    11. Where (live / she)?

    12. How often (come/ you) to see her?

    13. We (never/see) them.

    14. Why (never/come/ they) here?

    15. Jane (not/cook), she is in the garden.

    16. I (not/see) Barry.

    17. (think/you) he is here?

    18. No he (not/be) here.

    19. John often (go) for a walk with friends.

    20. Robert (play) the piano, you must not disturb him.

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