PRESENT SIMPLE----PRESENT CONTINUOUS----PAST SIMPLE----GOING TO
My
brother____________
(come) home tonight
for lunch.
My
b...
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Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple or Going To?

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Guide for a fill-in exercise in which you have to choose between Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple or Going To verb tenses. For Catalan speakers.

http://thecatalanclassofenglish.blogspot.com.es/

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Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple or Going To?

  1. 1. PRESENT SIMPLE----PRESENT CONTINUOUS----PAST SIMPLE----GOING TO My brother____________ (come) home tonight for lunch. My brother____________ (come) home now for lunch. My brother often _______________ (come) home for lunch. My brother___________ (come) home for lunch last week. My brother___________ (study) to pass his English exam. La paraula “TONIGHT” (aquesta nit) ens diu que és un pla de futur. La paraula “NOW” (ara) ens diu que està passant ara mateix. La paraula “OFTEN” (sovint) ens diu que és una rutina. La frase “LAST WEEK“ (la setmana pasada) ens diu que està en passat. “TO PASS HIS ENGLISH EXAM” (per aprovar l’examen d’anglès) ens indica una intenció de futur. Llavors, PRESENT CONTINUOUS Llavors, PRESENT CONTINUOUS Llavors, PRESENT SIMPLE Llavors, PAST SIMPLE Llavors, GOING TO AFFIRMATIVE: My brother is coming home tonight for lunch. I am coming You are coming He/She/It is coming We are coming They are coming AFFIRMATIVE: My brother is coming home now for lunch. I am coming You are coming He/She/It is coming We are coming They are coming AFFIRMATIVE: My brother often comes home for lunch. I come You come He/She/It comeS We come They come AFFIRMATIVE: My brother came home for lunch last week. (Acabat en –ed o segona columna verbs irregulars) I came You came He/She/It came We came They came AFFIRMATIVE: My brother is going to study to pass his English exam. I am going to study You are going to study He/She/It is going to study We are going to study They are going to study NEGATIVE: My brother isn’t coming home tonight for lunch. I’m not coming You aren’t coming He/She/ It isn’t coming We aren’t coming They aren’t coming NEGATIVE: My brother isn’t coming home now for lunch. I’m not coming You aren’t coming He/She/ It isn’t coming We aren’t coming They aren’t coming NEGATIVE: My brother doesn’t often come home for lunch. I don’t come You don’t come He/She/It doesn’t come We don’t come They don’t come NEGATIVE: My brother didn’t come home for lunch last week. I didn’t come You didn’t come He/She/It didn’t come We didn’t come They didn’t come NEGATIVE: My brother isn’t going to study to pass his English exam. I’m not going to study You’re not going to study He/She/It isn’t going to study We aren’t going to study They aren’t going to study INTERROGATIVE: Is my brother coming home tonight for lunch? Am I coming? Are you coming? Is he/she/it coming? Are we coming? Are they coming? INTERROGATIVE: Is my brother coming home now for lunch? Am I coming? Are you coming? Is he/she/it coming? Are we coming? Are they coming? INTERROGATIVE: Does my brother often come home for lunch? Do I come? Do you come? Does he/she/it come? Do we come? Do they come? INTERROGATIVE: Did my brother come home for lunch last week? Did I come? Did you come? Did he/she/it come? Did we come? Did they come? INTERROGATIVE: Is my brother going to study to pass his English exam? Am I going to study? Are you going to study? Is he/she/it going to study? Are we going to study? Are they going to study?

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