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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #64725: Present simple or continuous
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    Present simple or continuous

    Complete the sentences,using contractions with negations.

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    1. My sister (to watch) TV every evening.

    2. I (to know/not) where your bag is.

    3. My brother (to speak/ not) English.

    4. He (to do) his homework in the kitchen every Saturday.

    5. My parents (to like/not) listening to music.

    6. I (to know/not) your brother 's name.

    7. Jerry (to wear) his new trainers today.

    8. She always (to go) to school by bus.

    9. He (to go/not) swimming today. He is too tired.

    10. It often (to rain) in Belgium.

    11. Look ! That man (to fall) off the ladder.

    12. She (to remember/ not) the story.

    13. We (to go) to Spain next summer.

    14. The children (to play) in the garden at the moment.

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