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Present Simple vs Present Continuous
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  • I [to clean] my bike every month.
    I clean my bike every month.
  • She [to love] black and white horses.
    She loves black and white horses.
  • Rob [not / to work] on Sundays.
    Rob doesn't work on Sundays.
  • I [to have] a party now, you should [to come] over!
    I'm having a party now, you should come over!
  • It's 8am and they [to go] to school now.
    It's 8am and they are going to school now.
  • Do you [to speak] French or German?
    Do you speak French or German?
  • Be quiet! Tim [to sing].
    Be quiet! Tim is singing.
  • Have you met my sister? She [to live] near you.
    Have you met my sister? She lives near you.
  • Oh great! I can [to see] them [to come] now!
    Oh great! I can see them coming now!
  • My puppy always [to jump] on my bed.
    My puppy always jumps on my bed.
  • I [to think] about my vacation.
    I'm thinking about my vacation.
  • I [to run] faster than you in this race!
    I'm running faster than you in this race!
  • We often [to go] to the cinema.
    We often go to the cinema.
  • I [to play] football in the park now, you should join in.
    I'm playing football in the park now, you should join in.
  • I'll do it later, I [to make] a sandwich at the moment.
    I'll do it later, I'm making a sandwich at the moment.
  • Peter [to fry] eggs now.
    Peter is frying eggs now.
  • I [not / to like] [to play] computer games.
    I don't like playing computer games.
  • Alice [not / to eat] with us today.
    Alice isn't eating with us today.
  • Oh no, it [to rain].
    Oh no, it's raining.
  • She [to write] to her friend every week.
    She writes to her friend every week.
  • Do you [to eat] rice every day?
    Do you eat rice every day?
  • Every morning, Jason [to brush] his teeth.
    Every morning, Jason brushes his teeth.
  • John [to eat] dinner right now.
    John is eating dinner right now.
  • Every weekend, I [to clean] my bedroom.
    Every weekend, I clean my bedroom.
  • Steve [to have] big blue eyes.
    Steve has big blue eyes.
  • I'll meet you later, I [to do] homework right now.
    I'll meet you later, I'm doing homework right now.
  • They [not / to come] to class today.
    They aren't coming to class today.
  • We [not / to walk] to school today.
    We aren't walking to school today.
  • Listen! The teacher [to talk].
    Listen! The teacher is talking!
  • Tom never [to read] comics.
    Tom never reads comics.
  • Shhh! I [to listen] to music.
    Shhh! I'm listening to music.
  • He [to be] so funny!
    He's so funny!
  • My uncle always [to visit] us in the summer.
    My uncle always visits us in the summer.
  • Squirrels [to eat] nuts.
    Squirrels eat nuts.
  • He [not / to have] any sister.
    He doesn't have any sisters.
  • Laura usually [to arrive] early for class.
    Laura usually arrives early for class.
  • She [to be] so smart!
    She's so smart!
  • I [to like] chocolate.
    I like chocolate.
  • Jenny usually [to walk] to work, but today she [to cycle].
    Jenny usually walks to work, but today she is cycling.
  • Snakes [to make] me [to feel] scared!
    Snakes make me feel scared!
  • Rick hardly ever [to do] housework.
    Rick hardly ever does housework.
  • I [to wear] glasses so I can see better.
    I wear glasses so I can see better.
  • We [to feel] really tired.
    We feel really tired.
  • My dad sometimes [to help] when my mom [to cook] dinner.
    My dad sometimes helps when my mom is cooking dinner.