Present Simple Exercise 2
Examples and Exercises
On this page you can practice the present simple exercise 2 and present continuous tense. Many examples will be given to compare the use of the present simple the present continuous.
Present simple tenses:
We use the present simple in:
She lives with her parents
He speaks four languages
I usually shop on Fridays
She always drinks coffee in the morning
Present continuous tenses:
We use the present continuous in action in process now.
I’m having a shower right now
Now, I’m eating burger
Now it’s your turn:
Fill in the blank:
- He ______ from France.
- This is a great party. Everyone is ______ a lovely time.
- I’m______ a wonderful book at the moment.
- Right now, I’m ____ my time my son.
- Leona _____ too much
- She _____ at the bank
Have and have got
Have and have got are the same but have got is informal we use it when we speak but not when we write:
The positive form:
|I/We/YouThey||Have/Have got||Three sisters|
I have got= I’ve got
She has got = she’s got
The negative form:
|I/We/You/They||Don’t have/Haven’t got||Any brothers|
|He/She||Doesn’t have/Hasn’t got|
|Do||I We You They||A house||Have||I We You They||Got a house|
|Does||He She||Has||He She|
Short answer form:
Do you have a car? yes, I do or no, I don’t
Have you got a car? yes I have or no, I haven’t
Tick the correct sentence:
- Do you have any sisters / do you have got any sisters
- I don’t have a car / I no have a car
- Do you have a house / Do you have got a car