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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #59238: Present simple or continuous
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    Present simple or continuous

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    English exercise "Present simple or continuous" created by sreedhar with The test builder. [More lessons & exercises from sreedhar]
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    1. She usually (awake) at four in the morning. Quite an early riser.!

    2. I (observe) him rather carefully to find out whether he is light-fingered.

    3. He constantly (dream) of times when there will be no suffering on Earth.

    4. Every morning I (dream) of things most morbid. May the Heavens protect me!

    5. Right now my mother (sleep) . You can talk to her later.

    6. He (joke) all the time making us wonder whether he is serious about anything at all.

    7. She (fume) about the shabby way she has been treated by her own people.

    8. He (ridicule) the ideas of his elders! He is bound to regret it sooner or later.

    9. She (cook) for us a truly delicious meal. So nice of her !

    10. He (harp) on his achievements all the time. How disgusting!

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