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  1. 1. past now future
  2. 2. Present Simple Present Continuous Clue words Clue words At present Currently Usually Often Never NowadaysSometimes Now Always At the moment
  3. 3. Present Simple Present Continuous Subject + verb (present form) Subject + am, is, are + verb + ing Affirmative
  4. 4. Present Simple Present Continuous Subject + do, does + not + verb Subject + am, is, are + not verb + ing Negative
  5. 5. Present Simple Present Continuous do, does + subject + verb am, is, are + subject + verb + ing Interrogative
  6. 6. Present Simple Present Continuous past now past nowfuture future I’m doingI do repeated actions (habits, routines). something happening at the time of speaking. The action is not finished. 1.
  7. 7. Present Simple Present Continuous He is a chef. He cooks delicious food. Now, he is cooking a new recipe.
  8. 8. Present Simple Present Continuous At the moment, I’m building a new house. I’m a builder. I build houses.
  9. 9. Present Simple Present Continuous She works very hard most of the time. At the moment, she is chatting in the workplace.
  10. 10. Present Simple Present Continuous a permanent situation. a temporary situation. 2. I’m a doctor. I treat people. Currently, I’m not working. I’m ill.
  11. 11. Present Simple Present Continuous She is French. She lives in Paris. At present, she is living in London. She is learning English.
  12. 12. Present Simple Present Continuous They always go to school by car. This week, they are going to school on foot. Their car is broken.
  13. 13. to say that something is true or untrue in general. 3. Present Simple Present Continuous to talk about changes, developments and trends. The earth turns 360º every day. The earth is changing due to global warming.
  14. 14. Present Simple Present Continuous Polar bears live in the north pole. Climate change is affecting polar bears.
  15. 15. Present Simple Present Continuous like – love - hate – want - be prefer - know – suppose – mean believe – understand- seem,… These verbs are not normally used in continuous/ progressive tenses. I don’t believe! Is that really true? The Present Simple is normally used to talk about thoughts, feelings and states. The Present Continuous is mainly used for actions and happenings. It’s not usually used for states. 4.
  16. 16. Present Simple Present Continuous The Present Continuous is mainly used for actions and happenings. It’s not usually used for states. She doesn’t seem very happy at the moment. like – love - hate – want - need prefer - know – suppose – mean believe – understand- seem,… These verbs are not normally used in continuous/ progressive tenses. The Present Simple is normally used to talk about thoughts, feelings and states.
  17. 17. Present Simple Present Continuous like – love - hate – want - be prefer - know – suppose – mean believe – understand- seem,… These verbs are not normally used in continuous/ progressive tenses. It tastes good. The Present Simple is normally used to talk about thoughts, feelings and states. The Present Continuous is mainly used for actions and happenings. It’s not usually used for states.
  18. 18. Always with the Present Continuous means “too often”. Present Simple Present Continuous Always with the Present Simple means “every time”. Always 5.
  19. 19. Present Simple Present Continuous Always
  20. 20. Present Simple Present Continuous In storytelling and commentaries the Present Simple is used to describe the main events. The Present continuous is used to background events. Baptista passes to Cohen who shoots just over the bar. The blues are attacking much more in this half. 6.
  21. 21. Present Simple Present Continuous Future meanings
  22. 22. 1. Present Simple Present Continuous an official arrangement such as a timetable or programme a personal arrangement
  23. 23. Present Simple Present Continuous I’m meeting Rose at six o’clock. What time is the match on Sunday? It starts at seven o’clock.
  24. 24. We can also use the Present Simple for facts.
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