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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Simple present or present continuous? 1

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: Simple Present or Present Continuous? | level: Advanced

Choose which verb tense (present/past simple or continuous) fits better.
  1. I always ________ my best.
    a. try
    b. am trying


  2. ________ to me?
    a. Are you talking
    b. Do you talk


  3. I ________ to the mountains this weekend.
    a. go
    b. am going


  4. What time ________ lunch?
    a. do you normally eat
    b. are you normally eating


  5. I have to go to bed early tonight because my train ________ at 6 AM tomorrow morning.
    a. is leaving
    b. leaves


  6. We normally eat lunch at noon, but today ________ at 1.
    a. we're eating
    b. we eat


  7. I ________ the flu.
    a. have
    b. am having


  8. P1: ________ a good time? P2: Yes, I'm really enjoying this.
    a. Are you having
    b. Do you have


  9. We normally ________ breakfast at 7:00 AM.
    a. have
    b. are having


  10. Don't talk so loudly. Brian ________ to sleep.
    a. tries
    b. is trying


  11. I usually ________ my teeth twice a day.
    a. brush
    b. am brushing
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