Simple Present Tense and Present Continuous Tense Exercises


Hello guys, these are exercises for you. I wish you can improve your English skill here.
A. Fill in the present tense.

1. My parents often___________westerns. (watch)

2. They____hungry. (be)

3. Mum________all the dirty clothes. (not/ wash)

4. Does Peter_________ a brother ? (have)

5. Dad__________a new car. (buy)

6. Do The boys_________football ? (play)

7. In summer it_____hot. (be)

8. I______good at school. (be)

9. On Friday we always________our piano lesson. (have)

10. Mary_________her homework. (do)

11. Richard_________TV. (watch)

12. I_________big cities. (not/ like)

13. He_________in the library. (study)

14. Bob_______not here today. (be)

15. Carol,______this your bike? (be)

16. We______hungry.(be)

17. Mrs Dixon_______funny and nice.(be)

18. I______twelve years old.(be)

19. Jim and Cathy______at school.(be)

20. The elephants_______tired. (be)


B. Fill in the words from the box. Use the present progressive.


play – work – sit – read – play – listen – clean – read

Debbie and her friends________________in Debbie’s garden. They___________football. Mrs Baker_____________a book. Mr Baker_____________in the garden. Nick___________to his favourite CD. The cats___________on Mrs Baker’s chair. Bill___________his bike. Bill: “Debbie, help me, please.” But Debbie has got no time: “I___________a book for school. Ask your friend.”


About fiyati

Saya adalah seorang anak perempuan yang lahir di Samarinda dan menempuh kehidupan sebagaimana biasanya, namun yang membuat saya berbeda ialah motto hidup saya yang takkan bisa dirubah oleh keadaan apapun jua. "Impossible is Nothing"

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