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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #97337: Present continous or simple
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    Present continous or simple

    1) You use the Simple Present for regular routines or habits, with verbs about feelings.
    I always drive to work.
    I don't like coffee.

    2) You use the Present Continuous to express that something is happening now.
    Be quiet! The baby is sleeping.

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    1. When I back home from school I do my homework before playing computer games.

    2. - Who does the dishes during the week? - My mother. I her at weekends.

    3. Tell Helen that Ann with me to the supermarket.

    4. Slow down! You too fast. It's not good for your health.

    5. My brother is 16. He to drive a motorcycle.

    6. - What's that noise?- I think somebody at the door.

    7. - Would your son like some biscuits? - Yes, thank you. He your biscuits.

    8. Sally has won the tennis tournement. She tennis very well.

    9. What this afternoon? Would you like to go for a walk?

    10. In Alaska, winters are very cold and it a lot.

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