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Presente simple vs continuo - 2º eso (Soluciones)



A. Completa las oraciones con presente simple o continuo. Después pasa las oraciones a forma negativa e interrogativa:

 

 

1. John speaks five languages.

2. Ann is in Madrid today.

3. She is playing tennis on Tuesday.

4. They play tennis on Tuesdays.

5. She usually studies in the afternoons. 

6. Spain is in Europe. 

7. They are speaking French now.

8. She is coming at 5 o'clock today.

9. I know you. 

10. She cries very often.

 

B. Conjuga el presente simple y el presente continuo del  verbo "enjoy" en forma afirmativa, negativa e interrogativa:

 

 ENJOY (DISFRUTAR / DIVERTIRSE)
PRESENTE SIMPLE  PRESENTE CONTINUO
 + - ? + -  ?

I enjoy

You enjoy

He enjoys

She enjoys

It enjoys

We enjoy

You enjoy

They enjoy

 

I don't enjoy

You don't enjoy

He doesn't enjoy

She doesn't enjoy

It doesn't enjoy

We don't enjoy

You don't enjoy

They don't enjoy

 

Do I enjoy?

Do you enjoy?

Does he enjoy?

Does she enjoy?

Does it enjoy?

Do we enjoy?

Do you enjoy?

Do they enjoy?

I am enjoying

You are enjoying

He is enjoying

She is enjoying

It is enjoying

We are enjoying

You are enjoying

They are enjoying

I'm not enjoying

You aren't enjoying

He isn't enjoying

She isn't enjoying

It isn't enjoying

We aren't enjoying

You aren't enjoying

They aren't enjoying

 

 

 

 

 

Am I enjoying?

Are you enjoying?

Is he enjoying?

Is she enjoying?

Is it enjoying?

Are we enjoying?

Are you enjoying?

Are you enjoying?

 

 

 

 

 

C. Invéntate una oración con los siguientes adverbios o expresiones temporales:

 

1. once a day: She eats vegetables once a day.

2. tomorrow: She is leaving tomorrow morning.

3. every week: I visit my parents every week.

4. just now: I'm studying art just now.

5. at 6 o'clock: The bus leaves at six o'clock.

6. usually: He usually does his homework at night.