Present Continuous vs Present Simple

Put the verbs in the correct forms, present continuous or present simple.

Grammar Explanations:

Simple Present vs Present Progressive

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Multiple Choice Exercise
Exercise 3
1. Let's go out. It (not/rain) now.

2. Julia is very good at languages. She (speak) four languages

very well.

3. Hurry up! Everybody (wait) for you.

4. (you/listen) to the radio?

No, you can turn it off.

5. (you/listen) to the radio every day?

No, just occasionally.

6. The River Nile (flow) into the Mediterranean.

7. Look at the river. It (flow) very fast today - much faster

than usual.

8. We usually (grow) vegetables in our garden but this year we

(not/grow) any.

9. How is your English?

Not bad. It (improve) slowly.

10. Ron is in London at the moment. He (stay) at the Park

Hotel. He (always/stay) there when he's in London.

11. Can we stop walking soon? I (start) to feel tired.

12. Can you drive?

I (learn). My father (teach) me.

13. Normally I (finish) work at 5.00, but this week I

(work) until 6.00 to earn a bit more money.

14. My parents (live) in Bristol. They were born there and have

never lived anywhere else. Where (your parents/live)?

15. Sonia (look) for a place to live. She (stay)

with her sister until she finds somewhere.

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