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Live worksheets > English > English as a Second Language (ESL) > Verb tenses > PRESENT SIMPLE- CONTINUOUS- PAST SIMPLE- CONTINUOUS

PRESENT SIMPLE- CONTINUOUS- PAST SIMPLE- CONTINUOUS
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Language: English
School subject: English as a Second Language (ESL)
Grade/level: elementary
Age: 8+
Main content: Verb tenses
Other contents: four tenses
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Copyright 12/30/2016 asungilsanz. Publication or redistribution of any part of this document is forbidden without authorization of the copyright owner.

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kohai  1/5/2017  
Got 10/10!:) It works perfectly now. Thanks a lot!
karagozian  1/14/2017  
Got 10 out of 10 as well. I works great. Thanks a million!
naima  2/18/2017  
tnnnnnx
montgor  1/3/2018  
It doesn't work for me
Susi10  1/29/2018  
Thank you.
YOVANA  3/25/2018  
it's good.
xiaoxingxing  7/9/2018  
interesting and very clear design!
BestFlower  7/25/2018  
May the answers of the questions 16 & 18 be both simple past and past continuous?
remphan  10/23/2018  
it's so nice, and interesting 3
Izaskun  10/26/2018  
Number 4 is better: Dad is getting up very early this morning. It's better a present continuous with the sense of future that is about to happen. For example: Please, kids! Shut up! Your father is getting very early this morning!It's not a habit, but something about to happen.
zsmiskolczy  2/21/2019  
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es58100  3/3/2019  
Thank you!!!

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