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Present Simple or Present Continuous for DBH 2

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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • PRESENT SIMPLE
    • Affirmative :
    • Subject +verb
    • I drink coffee
    • Subject+ verb + s (3rd person singular)
    • He drinks coffee
    • Negative 
    • Subject+ do not + verb
    • I don’t drink coffee
    • Subject+ does not + verb(3rd person singular)
    • He doesn’t drink coffee
    •  
    • Interrogative:
    • Do + subject+ verb
    • Do you drink coffee?
    • Does + subject+ verb (3rd person singular)
    • Does he drink coffee?
    • PRESENT CONTINUOUS
    • Affirmative:
    • Subject+ am / is / are + verb + -ing
    • I am eat ing an apple
    • Negative :
    • Subject+ am / is / are not + verb + -ing
    • I am not eat ing an apple
    • Interrogative
    • Am / Is / Are + subject+ verb + -ing
    • Are you eat ing an apple?
  • 3.
    • PRESENT SIMPLE
    • The Present Simple is used for:
    • regular actions or events He plays tennis most weekends.
    • facts The sun rises in the east .
    • facts known about the future We leave at 8.30 next Monday
    • thoughts and feelings about the time of speaking I don't feel very well.
    • PRESENT CONTINUOUS
    • The Present Continuous is used for:
    • the time of speaking ('now') Shh, I' m trying to hear what they are saying .
    • things which are true at the moment but not always We' re looking for a new flat.
    • present plans for the future We' re having dinner with them next week .
  • 4.
    • EXAMPLES
    • My friend is wearing jeans and a T-shirt now. (wear)
    • Do you brush your teeth three times a day? (you/brush)
    • At this moment two planes are landing at the airport. (land)
    • I always meet John at that pub. (meet)
    • You aren’t studying Maths at the moment. (not/study)
    • Why are you moving your hands so quickly now? (move)
    • Does your sister visit her grandparents every week? (your sister/visit)
  • 5.
    • PRESENT SIMPLE
    • every day, every week, once a week,
    • twice a week, always, often, frequently,
    • usually, normally, sometimes, occasionally,
    • rarely, seldom, hardly ever, never
    • PRESENT CONTINUOUS
    • now, at the moment, at present,
    • at this moment, right now, today,
    • this week, this year…
  • 6.
    • Present simple vs. present continuous
    • My neighbour ........................................... lunch at the moment. (have)
    • My grandparents ........................................ by plane at the moment. (travel)
    • What time ........................................ work every day? (she/finish). She ........................................ at 5 o´clock. (finish)
    • You can turn off the radio. I ........................................ to it now. (not/listen)
    • My best friend often ........................................ television. (watches)
    • “ Why ........................................ at me?” “Because your face is red”.(you/look)
    • How much ........................................ to send a letter to Canada? (it/cost)
    • They ........................................ TV very often. (not/watch), but they ........................................TV at the moment. (watch)
    • What time ........................................ work every day? (she/finish). She ........................................ at 5 o´clock. (finish)
    • You can turn off the radio. I ........................................ to it. (not/listen)
    • “ Excuse me but you ........................................ in my place”. “Oh, I´m sorry”. (sit)
    • “ Where are you, Roy?” “I´m in the sitting –room. I ........................................ (read), because I always ........................................ the newspaper before breakfast. (read)

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