Презентация "Present Simple and Present Continuous"


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Present simple and present Continuous

1. daily routine or habit

  • 1. daily routine or habit
  • 2. permanent states
  • 3. future plans
  • 4. actions happening now
  • 5. annoyance
  • 1 a
  • 4 b
  • 3 c
  • 2 d
  • 5 e
  • a. I do my homework every evening.
  • b. He’s talking to his friend at the moment.
  • c. I’m meeting my friends tonight.
  • d. My mum works at the hospital.
  • e. She’s always talking during the lesson.

Tom: Jim, are you doing anything?

  • Tom: Jim, are you doing anything?
  • Jim: Nothing much. I am listening to music and waiting for the rain to stop. I am playing baseball at 5:00.
  • Tom: You’re always playing with your friends.
  • Jim: Don’t say that. You know I play baseball every Tuesday.
  • Tom: Do you want to play something with me for a change?
  • Jim: Like what? And don’t say Monopoly, backgammon or scrabble. They are boring.

Tom: Yes, I bet it’s boring when you always lose.

  • Tom: Yes, I bet it’s boring when you always lose.
  • Jim: I don’t care about losing.
  • Tom: Yeah right. You suggest something then.
  • Jim: How about darts?
  • Tom: That’s not fair. You’re tall and always get more points.
  • Jim: Tommy, it’s not about who wins or loses but how you play the game!
  • Tom: You are right. Darts then.

Tom: Jim, are you doing anything?

  • Tom: Jim, are you doing anything?
  • Jim: Nothing much. I am listening to music and waiting for the rain to stop. I am playing baseball at 5:00.
  • Tom: You’re always playing with your friends.
  • Jim: Don’t say that. You know I play baseball every Tuesday.
  • Tom: Do you want to play something with me for a change?
  • Jim: Like what? And don’t say Monopoly, backgammon or scrabble. They are boring.

Tom: Yes, I bet it’s boring when you always lose.

  • Tom: Yes, I bet it’s boring when you always lose.
  • Jim: I don’t care about losing.
  • Tom: Yeah right. You suggest something then.
  • Jim: How about darts?
  • Tom: That’s not fair. You’re tall and always get more points.
  • Jim: Tommy, it’s not about who wins or loses but how you play the game!
  • Tom: You are right. Darts then.

1. Jason ………………….(not/come) with us tonight.

  • 1. Jason ………………….(not/come) with us tonight.
  • Jason isn’t coming with us tonight.
  • 2. What ………..(you/do) in your free time?
  • What do you do in your free time?
  • 3. We ………(usually/meet) in the library at 3 o’clock.
  • We usually meet in the library at 3 o’clock.
  • 4. Greg…………. (learn) to play chess today.
  • Greg is learning to play chess today.

5. ………….(Mary/speak) French well?

  • 5. ………….(Mary/speak) French well?
  • Does Mary speak French well?
  • 6. I…………(not/often/go)skiing.
  • I don’t often go skiing.
  • 7. It………….(rain) at the moment.
  • It is raining at the moment.
  • 8. You……..(always/lose) your keys.
  • You are always losing your keys.
  • 9. My father …(play) chess every afternoon
  • My father plays chess every afternoon