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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #70619: Present continuous tense
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    Present continuous tense

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    1. That cruel lady (beat) her child needlessly.

    2. Hurry up! It (rain) heavily now.

    3. I (bid) farewell to my only true friend and it makes me very sad.

    4. Oh no! That mad dog (bite) the poor kid.

    5. The poor boy (bleed) a lot and it would be better to send for a doctor.

    6. I am excited because my father (bring) home something lovely for me today.

    7. They (build) a large hotel here.

    8. The fire (burn) down everything and the firemen seem so helpless.

    9. I (buy) some chocolate for myself.

    10. The mother is very happy as all her children (come) home for the festival.

    11. The good old lady (cut) a huge cake for us.

    12. The greedy fellow (dig) his garden in the foolish hope of finding some gold buried in it.

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