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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #66079: Present simple or continuous
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    Present simple or continuous

    • We use the present simple to describe permanent situations  which won't change.


    • We use the present continuous to describe temporary situations which happen for a short time and situations that are happening now.


          Faites attention aux adverbes.


        Good luck.

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    1. I (to stay) at the Ritz every time I'm in New York.

    2. I (to stay) at the Ritz at the moment.

    3. She (to work) at home today.

    4. She (to work) at home every day.

    5. She often (to call) her friend in Russia.

    6. At the moment,she (to call) a customer in Moscow.

    7. I don't usually (to deal) with the paperwork.

    8. I (to deal) with all the paperwork while Susan is away.

    9. It normally (to take) about two months.

    10. This delivery (to take) longer than usual.

    11. We normally (to use) a London firm.

    12. This time,we (to use) a different company.

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