PRESENT SIMPLE AND PRESENT CONTINUOUS

PRESENT SIMPLE AND PRESENT CONTINUOUS

 

 

Fill in the gaps with the present simple or present continuous of the verb given.

 

 

1.  Meet

a.  They                       every day at the railway station.

b.  I                       both of them [1]for the first time at 4pm tomorrow.

2.  Wear

a.  Sam always                       [2]rubber gloves to do the washing-up[3].

b.  John                       a hat! I’ve never seen that before.

3.  Pay

a.  He                       all his restaurants bills [4]with his credit card.

b.  Look! He                       in cash. I wonder [5]why.

4.  Run

a.  At this very [6]moment, the leaders [7]in this year’s London Marathon _______________ over Tower Bridge.

b.  As part of his training[8], Robert                       a total of 20,000 kilometres during the year.

5.  Make

a.  Stories of such dreadful [9]cruelty                       me sick.

b.  Tom                       a model of the Santa to enter in the competition.

6.  Melt[10]

a.  For this recipe[11], you first                       the chocolate in a pan [12]and then…

b.  Increasing [13]temperatures                       the Earth’s ice-caps.[14]

7.  Think

a.  I                       of buying a new bicycle.

b.  I                       of Angela every day. I must [15]be in love.


[1] BOTH OF THEM: ambos.

[2] RUBBER GLOVES: guantes de goma.

[3] TO DO THE WASHING-UP: Fregar los platos.

[4] BILL: cuenta.

[5] TO WONDER: preguntarse.

[6] VERY: mismo.

[7] LEADER: los líderes, los que van en cabeza.

[8] TRAINING: entrenamiento.

[9] DREADFUL: horrible, terrible.

[10] MELT: derretir.

[11] RECIPE: receta.

[12] PAN: cacerola.

[13] INCREASING: que aumentan, que suben.

[14] ICE-CAP: casquete polar.

[15] MUST: deber.

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