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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #94928: Present simple
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    Present simple


    Here are 2 lessons about the present simple.


     

    Exercise: use contracted forms.





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    1. John (live) in London next to his school.

    2.
    Peter is fond of sports. Every Saturday, he (play) basketball.

    3. On Wednesdays, he (not/go) to school because it's closed.

    4. Mary (study) two languages: French and German.

    5. He has been fond of music since the age of five. He (practise) the piano every Saturday.

    6. Where (they/meet) on Sundays? - In this pub!

    7. Each time you're on holiday, you (send) postcards.

    8. (they/work) in the same firm? - I think so.

    9. You (not/tell) the truth. Everybody knows you lie constantly.

    10. My grandparents (cook) better than anyone else in the world.

    11. Cows (graze) and produce milk.

    12. If you (not/understand) this exercise I can help you.









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