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Prezentul (Simplu) Continuu

Cum se formeaza

(Present Tense Continuous)

am/is/are + present participle Cand se foloseste & Exemple
1. pentru o actiune ce are loc in prezent si e in progres (are loc chiar acum) I am just writing my exercise. (Tocmai imi scriu exercitiul.) I am writing my exercise now. (Imi scriu exercitiul acum.) In acest caz, de regula, in propozitie intalnim cuvinte (care sa intareasca aceasta idee) precum: just, now. 2. pentru o actiune ce are loc in prezent si e in progres (dar care se va termina in viitorul mai departat) I am studying French. (Studiez franceza.) Cand fac afirmatia poate ca nu studiez franceza (la acea ora), insa aceasta actiune/ activitate e inceputa in trecut si va continua si in viitor. In acest caz nu se folosesc cuvinte de subliniere a prezentului precum just, now. 3. pentru a exprima planuri in viitorul apropiat (are nuanta subiectiva; Prezentul Simplu in acest caz nu are nuanta subiectiva) What are you doing tomorrow ? (Ce faci maine?) In acest caz frecvent se folosesc verbe de miscare precum to come, to arrive, to go, to leave: My friend is leaving tomorrow. (Prietenul meu pleaca maine.) 4. pentru o actiune care se repeta regulat, frecvent I am constantly thanking God for the opportunities that He has given me in my life. (nu exprima iritarea) (Ii multumesc lui Dumnezeu in permanenta, pentru oportunitatile pe care mi le-a dat in viata.) De regula exprima iritarea vis-a-vis de actiune: He is continually making noise. (El face galagie in permanenta.) Repetarea se exprima folosind adverbe precum: always, constantly, continually, often.

Comentarii 1. Verbele de perceptie
Exista verbe care nu au forma continua.

to doubt. to belong to. to suppose. to owe. (sensul nu mai e de a vedea ci de a fi consultat. to hold ex. Verbe care exprima sentimente. una constienta se poate folosi aspectul continuu: What are you seeing ? (se presupune ca persoana care vede ceva realizeaza o actiune voluntara. to detest. etc) DEASEMENEA. to taste ex: I see a red car. to imagine. Verbele care exprima activitati mentale to agree.) 3. to dislike. to see. 6.to feel. must. to keep. to think. de a se duce la) 2. to want. to like. s-a urcat pe ceva sa vada mai departe. to forget. to hear. to mean NOTA: Daca se foloseste forma continua apare o modificare de sens: I am thinking. to recognize. may.: I like it. ought to ex. daca actiunea e una voluntara. to believe.: I can do it. . de exemplu: se uita cu binoclu. to notice. to desire ex: I wish to go there. Verbe care exprima posesia to posses. TOTUSI. (nu se spune si ce gandesc. to own. Verbe care exprima dorinta to wish. 5. to smell. to understand. to adore. atitudini. daca sensul verbului nu mai este cel de baza. 4. to distrust. iar se poate folosi forma continua: I am seeing my dentist on Wednesday. to intend. to abhor. to prefer. to hate ex. verbele modale can. trairi emotionale to love.: I keep it for me. to remember.

: This movie appears to be interesting. (actiune prezenta in curs de desfasurare) Present Progressive/Continuous . suparatoare care se repeta) Mary studiaza pentru TOEFL acum. (e un plan in viitorul apropiat) John mereu ajunge/ vine tarziu. Exercitii Traduceti in engleza urmatoarele propozitii: Dormi ? (e considerata actiune continua) O sa ma intalnesc cu niste prieteni maine. to differ. Alte verbe care nu pot avea forma continua to expect. to suffice. . to contain. to deserve ex. to appear.7.Use 1) actions happening at the moment of speaking Peter is reading a book now.Brief version Present Progressive . (situatie neplacuta.

is) + infinitive + -ing Examples Affirmative sentences: You are playing I am playing football. 5) trends More and more people are using their computers to listen to music. are. 3) temporary actions His father is working in Rome this month. Look! Listen! Form to be (am. football. at the moment. I'm not playing You're not playing . forever) Andrew is always coming late. constantly. football. football. 4) actions happening around the moment of speaking (longer actions) My friend is preparing for his exams. 6) repeated actions which are irritating to the speaker (with always. Negative sentences: I am not playing You are not playing football. Signal words now.2) fixed plan in the near future She is going to Basel on Saturday. You're playing I'm playing football.

football. You aren't playing football. football. Questions: Am I playing football? Are you playing football? 1) Use Simple Present repeated actions fixed arrangements. seldom. she. timetable) Present Progressive/Continuous actions happening at the moment of speaking or around the moment of speaking fixed plan in the near future sequence of actions in the present (first temporary actions . often. never. usually. is) + infinitive + -ing 4) Examples Simple Present Present Progressive/Continuous . it) infinitive + -s Present Progressive/Continuous to be (am. forever) 2) Signal words Simple Present always. on Mondays Present Progressive/Continuous now. sometimes. at the moment. Listen! 3) Form Simple Present infinitive 3rd person singular (he. every day. Look!. after that) instructions things in general after special verbs trends repeated actions which are irritating to the speaker (with always.g. are. every week. constantly. every year.then. scheduled events (e.

4-1 Affirmative sentences I play football. You are not playing football. He is not playing football. Simple Present Present Progressive/Continuous 4-3 Questions Do I play football? Do you play football? Does he play football? Am I playing football? Are you playing football? Is he playing football? 5) Spelling Simple Present watches (-es after sibilant) goes (-es after -o) hurries (-y to -ie after consonant) Present Progressive/Continuous sitting (double consonant after short vowel) writing (leave out one -e at the end) lying (change -ie to -y) . He does not play football. He is playing football. He plays football. Simple Present Present Progressive/Continuous 4-2 Negative sentences I do not play football. You are playing football. You do not play football. I am playing football. You play football. I am not playing football.

(to make) a letter. (to ride) 2) Andrew and Colin 3) Simon 4) They 5) Kathy 6) You 7) I 8) We 9) She 10) The teacher Put in the verb in brackets into the gaps and form affirmative sentences in Present Progressive. (to learn) Put in the verb in brackets into the gaps and form affirmative sentences in Present Progressive. (to wash) to Doris. (to watch) a computer game. 1) Alexander 2) We 3) The dog 4) Peter a film. (to help) 9) Henry and his sister 10) You the poem by heart. (to bark) his rabbits. (to swap) with Bob. (to write) pictures. (to draw) their mother. (to run) a shower. Use long forms of the auxiliaries only. (to swim) muffins. 1) He in the lake. (to sing) 5) Philipp and Johnny 6) Mary 7) I 8) Peggy her hair. Use long forms of the auxiliaries only. (to feed) a song. (to cut) his bike. (to play) at the cat. (to take) money for a new computer. (to dance) home. (to save) the grass. .Put in the verb in brackets into the gaps and form affirmative sentences in Present Progressive. (to talk) a picture.

Use long forms of the auxiliaries only. (to watch) a computer game. It 4) He 5) They 6) She 7) I 8) She 9) They 10) You his rabbits. (to draw) their mother. 1) He 2) We a film. (not/to wait) over the fence. (to talk) a picture. (to bark) 3) Look at that dog.Use short/contracted forms of the auxiliaries only. (not/to eat) at the bus stop. Joe and Boris 9) My teacher 10) The rabbit questions. (not/to go) the door. . (not/to tell) now. (not/to climb) Put in the verb in brackets into the gap and form negative sentences in Present Progressive. (not/to visit) the phone. (to learn) Put in the verb in brackets into the gap and form negative sentences in Present Progressive. Use long forms of the auxiliaries only. (to help) the poem by heart. (not/to cry) a farm. (not/to open) jokes. (to feed) a song. (to wash) to Doris. (to sing) her hair. (not/to ask) to the gym. (to play) at the cat. (not/to answer) hamburgers. 1) The children 2) Nick 3) I 4) He 5) The baby 6) We 7) They 8) Gerry.

1) Anne and Ron 2) Olivia 3) They 4) The girls 5) He 6) I 7) We 8) Look! Christine 9) She 10) You in a helicopter. Use short/contracted forms of the auxiliaries only. (not/to jog) fun at Tom's party. (not/to swim) to the cinema. (not/to ask) to the gym. (not/to sit) Put in the verb in brackets into the gap and form negative sentences in Present Progressive. (not/to take) in front of the computer. (not/to have) in the sea. 1) They 2) Nick 3) I 4) He 5) The baby 6) We 7) They 8) She 9) He questions. (not/to go) the door. (not/to run) a bird house. (not/to open) jokes. (not/to smile) the books to the library. 1) They 2) Olivia in a helicopter. (not/to wait) over the fence. (not/to fly) her eyes. It Put in the verb in brackets into the gap and form negative sentences in Present Progressive. (not/to eat) at the bus stop. (not/to answer) hamburgers. (not/to fly) her eyes. (not/to close) . (not/to make) . (not/to close) through the park. Use short/contracted forms of the auxiliaries only. (not/to climb) 10) Look at the rabbit. (not/to visit) the phone. (not/to cry) a farm. (not/to tell) now.

1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) Richard she the children you the cat Cliff and Oliver your mother the birds Carmen they in the garden? (to work) a cup of tea? (to have their homework? (to do) the kitchen. (not/to swim) to the cinema. Use Present Progressive. (not/to sit) Put in the verbs in Present Progressive into the gaps. (not/to have) in the sea. (not/to take) fun at Tom's party. Tom? (to clean) in the basket? (to sleep) friends? (to meet) sandwiches? (to make) water? (to drink) a pullover? (to wear) a pizza? (to eat) Put in the correct verb forms and the nouns into the gaps.3) They 4) She 5) They 6) He 7) I 8) We 9) Look! She 10) You through the park. 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) in the lake? (Lisa/to swim) your brother? (you/to help) a museum? (he/to visit) her T-shirt? (Doris/to wash) home? (they/to run) to the radio? (Henry/to listen) the buckets? (the boys/to carry) . (not/to jog) the books to the library. (not/to make) . (not/to smile) in front of the computer. (not/to run) a bird house.

(not/to listen) the car every Saturday. (not/to sing) in the garden. (to meet) the laptop. (to call) in the lessons. 1) We 2) Emma 3) They 4) John 5) I 6) He our dog. (not/to open) French.8) 9) 10) the string of the kite? (she/to hold) breakfast? (we/to make) the computer? (Ron and Fred/to check) Put the correct forms of the verbs into the gaps. (to drink) the lunchbox. (not/to clean) in the lake. (to say) 7) Walter and Frank 8) The cat 9) You 10) She under the tree. (not/to swim) . (not/to speak) lemonade. (to forget) Complete the sentences. Use long forms of the auxiliaries only. (to come) my friends. (to repair) hello. (not/to sit) the windows. (to dream) at birds. (not/to work) at home. (to look) home from school. 1) Tom 2) You 3) Julie 4) I 5) Tina and Kate 6) Adam 7) His sister 8) We 9) My father 10) Johnny and Danny stamps. (not/to like) to music. Use Simple Present in the statements. (to sit) water. (not/to collect) songs in the bathroom.

. 1) I 2) Rita 3) We a good mark.Put the correct forms of the verbs into the gaps.This car 4) I like computer games. pullovers. .He 9) I am from Spain.Steve nice pictures. (to run) your glasses. English. (to send) fun. . Write the negation of the verbs in bold into the correct gaps.We 6) You wear pullovers. Use Simple Present in the statements. from Greece. (to need) 4) Tim and Pat 5) Oliver 6) Maria 7) He 8) The dog 9) You 10) She a snake. (to do) the table. (to lay) text messages. . 3) This car makes a lot of noise. (to have) their room.You 7) They speak English.John nice.They 2) John is nice. You can use long or short/contracted forms of the auxiliaries. 10) Steve draws nice pictures. . . from Spain. a lot of noise. . (to tidy up) a new MP3 player. . 1) They play volleyball every week. . (to get) an exercise.I 5) We are from Greece. . computer games.I TV. . volleyball every week. (to touch) Negate the first sentence in each task.They 8) He watches TV. (to buy) out of the house.

. 1) The girls are outside.Negate the first sentence in each task. Put in the correct verb forms into the gaps.Water 6) My brothers work in a café. .My brothers 7) Marie and Helen do judo. .The girls 2) She knows the answer. Bill quite well. Use Simple Present. Write the negations of the verbs into the correct gaps. . . alone.The dog 9) I remember Bill quite well.I 10) Kate can sing alone. at 90°C.Kate outside. . judo.Marie and Helen 8) The dog always barks.I 5) Water boils at 90°C. 1) to school? (you/to walk) . the answer. in a café. . 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) you mineral water? (to drink) their pets? (to feed) your homework? (to check) Sarah and Linda your teacher they the cat Nina your parents your grandmother Andy in the old house? (to live) on the wall in the mornings? (to sit) computer games? (to play) TV in the afternoon? (to watch) the phone? (to answer) the shopping? (to do) a cup of tea in the afternoon? (to have) Garry and Ken Put in the correct verb forms and the nouns into the gaps. . .She 3) We live in a small house. .We 4) I have coffee for breakfast. in a small house. . You can use long or short/contracted forms of the auxiliaries. coffee for breakfast. Use Simple Present.

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