Contrast Present Simple vs Present Continuous THEORY

Present SIMPLE                                                      Present CONTINUOUS
I eat / she eatS                                                              is / are / am + verb (ING)
don't eat / he doesn't eat                                              isn't / aren't / am not+ verb (ING)
Do you eat? / Does he eat?                                          Is she eating? / Are they eating?

HABITS / ROUTINES                                               SPECIFIC MOMENT
                                                                                     NEAR FUTURE
Adverbs of frequency:
    always                                                                          today
    often                                                                             THIS ... (this morning/afternoon/summer/year)    sometimes                                                                        at this moment
    rarely                                                                            at the moment
    never                                                                            now
                                                                                         right now
STATIVE verbs (verbs related to feelings):                    Listen!
like, love, need, know, hear, etc                                      Look!
                                                                                        these days
With these expressions:
    on SundayS / on TuesdayS, etc
    in the morningS / afternoonS
    at nightS
    in the summer / winter, etc
    once a week
    twice a week

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Exam revision

Hi class,

In this class you are going to revise some grammar for the next test:

0. Practise the verb to be / verb have got HERE, HERE and HERE. (R)

1. Practise the Present Simple HERE, HERE and HERE. (R)

2. Practise the Present Continuous HERE, HERE and HERE. (R)

3. Remember when we use Present Simple and when Present Continuous (theory) HERE.

4. Practise when we use Present Simple and when we use Present Continuous. Click HERE, HERE, HEREand HERE.

5. Practise the Possessive pronouns HERE, HERE and HERE. (R)

6. Practise the Object pronouns HERE, HERE and HERE. (R)

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