RE: simple present tense exercise? page 2
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So, we should say, "Let's go to see a movie/play." It is not correct to say, "Let go to watch a movie/play."
Do you mean that it's similar to "hear" and "listen"?
I don't really know how to say it but can it be that when you "watch", you are more concentrated?
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I'm glad that someone finally decided to try to do this test. I assume that in this test you are supposed to decide whether to use the present continuous or the simple present tense . (A few of the sentences will also work with a tense other than a present tense).
The words in pink letters are my corrections. Sentence number 12 can use either the present continuous or the simple present tense.
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4 did spoke
5. dont know
8 do had
10 is doing
13 is ringing
14 is falling
15 has change
20 had leave
21 always leave
22 is takeing
24 is died
26 are getting
27 is getting
28 is raining
29 are flying
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