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1 Simple present gap-fill exercise 1) He. His job, its boring. (not like) 2) They.. in a small flat.

(not live) 3) She..German on Mondays. (not study) 4) I. breakfast at 8.00 am (not eat) 5) Ifrom home. (not work) 6) We computers. (now use) 7) They are not very good students, they their homework. (not do) 8) He to work, he always drives. (not walk) 9) Mr.Bean German in London (not teach) 10) 10)His students.. German in class. (not speak)

2. Put in What, Where, Why, When, How into the gaps and form meaningful questions Exampleoften do you play wolleyball? Answer: How often do you play wolleyball? 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) 9) .. is the weather like today? ...dont you like apple juice? about a walk through the forest? .do you play wolleyball? .is my red sweat shirt, Mum? .do Anna and Betty get to school every day? .does your father go to work? .is the dogs bone? .are we going for a holiday by the sea again?

10)do you like your coffee?

3.Present simple test Simple present gap-fill exercise. Fill the gaps with the correct form of the following verbs:1) He .his job its fun. 2) They in a small flat. 3) She..German on Mondays. 4) I. breakfast at 8.00 am. 5) Ifrom home. 6) We computers. 7) They are very good students, they their homework. 8) He never to work, he always drives. 9) Mr.Bean English in London. 10) His students..a little English

4.Put the verbs into the correct form (present perfect progressive). 1. He has been working in this company since 1985. 2. I have been waiting for you since two oclock 3. Mary has been living in Germany since 1992. 4. Why is so he tired? He has been playing tennis for five hours. 5. How long have you been learning English? 6. We have been looking for the motorway for more than an hour. 7. I have been living without electricity for two weeks. 8. The film has not been running for ten minutes yet, but theres a commercial break already. 9. How long has she been working in the garden? 10. She has not been in the garden for more than an hour.

Write negative sentences in present perfect progressive.

We / not / in the mountains / walkwe have not been walking in the mountains Beatrice / not / in Boston / teachBeatrice has not been teaching in Boston.