Présent Simple & Présent en « be + ing ». Complétez en mettant au présent simple les verbes...
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing
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- Compltez en mettant au prsent simple les verbes entre parenthses. 1. I (not / remember) who (run) everyday. 2 your brother (know) that I (go) swimming every two weeks? 3. Lucy (not / work) here anymore. 4 they (work) as hard as they (say)?
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing 1. I don't remember who runs every day. 2. Does your brother know that I go swimming every two weeks? 3. Lucy doesn't work here anymore. 4. Do they work as hard as they say?
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing 2. Compltez en mettant au prsent en be + V -ing les verbes entre parenthses. 1. I (not / read). 2 they (paint) the wall? 3. John (chat) with his friends. They (always / chat) when they should be working! 4. your brother (play) right now?
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing 1. I am not reading. 2. Are they painting the wall? 3. John is chatting with his friends. They are always chatting when they should be working! 4. Is your brother playing right now?
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing Prsent simple ou en be + V- ing? Compltez ce dialogue. Celebrating Thanksgiving Teacher - Thanksgiving and traditions (go) hand in hand. Many families (begin) the day by attending church services. The usual Thanksgiving dinner (consist) of turkey, cranberries. Student - What sort of dessert (they / have)? Teacher- They usually (eat) baked pumpkin and apple pie. Student - (you / celebrate) Thanksgiving this year, teacher? Teacher - Yes, and I (look) forward to it! My family and I (go) to New York to see the Macy's Day Parade. My daughter (want) to take part in it.
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing Celebrating Thanksgiving Teacher - Thanksgiving and traditions go hand in hand. Many families begin the day by attending church services. The usual Thanksgiving dinner consists of turkey, cranberries... Student - What sort of dessert do they have? Teacher - They usually eat baked pumpkin and apple pie. Student - Are you celebrating Thanksgiving this year, teacher? Teacher - Yes, and I am looking forward to it! My family and I are going to New York to see the Macy's Day Parade. My daughter wants to take part in it.
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing Soulignez la proposition qui convient en fonction du contexte. Justifiez votre choix. 1. Tom!... Tom!! (What do you do? / What are you doing?) 2. I'm fed up with your behaviour. You (always say / are always saying) silly things! 3. Glad to hear you've got a new job. What about Tom? What (does he do / is he doing)? (Does he work / Is he working) or is he still unemployed? 4. My brother (plays / is playing) the violin every evening and he (gets / is getting) better and better.
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing 1. What are you doing? (Tom est appel deux fois, il ne rpond pas : le locuteur est visiblement nerv. On pourrait traduire ici par : Quest-ce que tu fabriques ? ). 2. are always saying (irritation, reproche) 3. What is he doing? Is he working... ? (On se demande si la situation a chang rcemment). 4. plays (habitude, pas d'irritation ici puisque le jugement apport dans la phrase qui suit est positif) is getting (transformation, insistance sur une action en cours de droulement).
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing Mettez Ie verbe a la forme qui convient. (Il peut y avoir deux possibilits). Old friends Ann: Betty, it's lovely to see you again - after such a long time! Betty: Yes, I know!... So tell me, Ann: how (1) things go at the moment? A: Oh, OK, thanks. You know, I (2) work for an international bank these days... B: Really? Interesting!... Hey, but what's that sound? A: Oh, that's Paul. He (3) play his violin up in his bedroom. B: Hey, that's marvellous. (4) he practise a lot? A: Yes, every evening. He sometimes (5) give concerts at school!... But listen - how is Quebec: (6) you like living there? B: Yes, it's great, but it (7) snow a lot, and I still (8) miss England.
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing A: (9) you ski? B: Yes, frequently. Pierre and the children (10) ski very well, but I'm not very good. But I (11) enjoy it all the same. A: And what (12) you work on at the moment? A new novel? B: Yes, I (13) write something about the North American Indians. A: Fascinating.... And (14) you speak French now? B: Oui, pas mal! But most people (15) speak English too, so it's never a problem. A: Oh dear... 1(16) travel to Paris every month on business, so 1(17) need to make some progress in my French! B: It's just a question of time... But tell me. What about your love life? A: Mm, well (18) you remember Patrick Johnson?...
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing 1. are things going 2. work / 'm working 3. 's playing 4. Does he practise 5. gives 6. do you like 7. snows 8. miss 9. Do you ski 10. ski 11. enjoy 12. are you working 13. 'm writing 14. do you speak 15. speak 16. travel
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing Mettre Ie verbe au prsent en be + ing ou au prsent simple: 1. Listen! She... (to sing). She... (to sing) better than her sister. - 2. Hurry up ! We... (to wait) for you. - 3. I (to go) to the dentist's twice a year. 4. Don't be too noisy, grandfather... (to have) a rest. - 5. Betty... (to look) like her mother. - 6. I... (to like) cats but I... (to prefer) dogs. 7. We... (to know) each other very well. - 8. She.. (to grow) old. - I... (to think) she is over seventy. - 9. Look! It... (to rain) again. It often... (to rain) in this country. - 10. Where is the ticket? - I... (to look) for it.
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing 1. Listen! She is singing. She sings better... - 2. Hurry up! We are waiting for you. - 3. I go... - 4.... grandfather is having a rest. - 5. Betty looks like her mother. - 6. I like cats but I prefer dogs. - 7. We know - 8. She is growing old. I think... - 9. Look! It's raining again. It often rains - 10... I'm looking for it.
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing Traduire: 1. O allez-vous? - Je vais chez les Webb. Ils veulent me voir. - 2. Que font-ils le dimanche ? - Ils restent chez eux. Ils regardent la tlvision. - 3. Entendez-vous le vent? Il souffle trs fort ce soir. - 4. Que lisez-vous? Je lis Les Voyages de Gulliver . J'aime beaucoup ce livre. - 5. Que fait Tom? - II joue de la clarinette. Ne l'entendez- vous pas? - 6. D'habitude John tond la pelouse le dimanche matin. Je le fais aujourd'hui parce qu'il va Londres par le train de 10 heures. - 7. Lisez-vous ce livre? - Non, voulez-vous l'emprunter? - 8. Qui attendez-vous? - J'attends les Morgan. Ils prennent toujours le mme autobus pour aller Cardiff. - 9. Ne trouvez-vous pas que Tom fait des progrs? II sait mieux ses leons et son orthographe s'amliore petit petit. 10. Quel journal lisez-vous Ie dimanche ? - Nous lisons l'Observer. Je le prfre au Sunday Times.
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- Prsent Simple & Prsent en be + ing 1. Where are you going? - I'm going to the Webbs'. They want to see me. - 2. What do they do on Sundays? - They stay at home. They watch television. - 3. Can you hear the wind? It's blowing very strongly tonight. - 4. What are you reading? - I'm reading Gulliver's Travels. I like this book very much. - 5. What's Tom doing? - He's playing the clarinet. Can't you hear him? 6. Usually John mows the lawn (= cuts the grass) on Sunday mornings. I'm doing it today because he's going to London on the 10 o'clock train. - 7. Are you reading this book? - No, do you want to borrow it? - 8. Who are you waiting for? - I'm waiting for the Morgans. They always catch the same bus to go to Cardiff. - 9. Don't you think Tom's making progress? He knows his lessons better and his spelling is gradually improving. - 10. Which paper do you read on Sundays? - We read the Observer. I prefer it to the Sunday Times.
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- Prtrit Simple & Prtrit en be + ing Mettez les verbes entre parenthses au prtrit simple. 1. I (not / understand) why she (say) that. 2. When (you / visit) that museum? I (visit) it last year. 3. I (not / talk) with him but I (chat) with her a little.
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- Prtrit Simple & Prtrit en be + ing 1. didn't understand - said 2. did you visit - visited 3. didn't talk - chatted
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- Prtrit Simple & Prtrit en be + ing Mettez les verbes entre parenthses au prtrit en be + V -ing. 1. They (not / sit), they (stand), but my sister (squat) in a corner of the room. 2 (your brother / listen) when I gave the instructions?
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- Prtrit Simple & Prtrit en be + ing 1. were not sitting were standing was squatting 2. Was your brother listening... ?
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- Prtrit Simple & Prtrit en be + ing Mettez les verbes entre parenthses au prtrit simple ou en be + V-ing. The Genesis of Peter Pan James Barrie (be born) in Scotland in 1860. He (want) so much to be like his brother David, who had died at 14, that he (stop) growing at the same age. One day, as he (work) on a play in Kensington Gardens, he (meet) Llewelyn Davis's boys, with whom he (become) friends. When their parents (die) of cancer, he(adopt) them. He (lose) a lot of money in unsuccessful plays when he (write) Peter Pan, which immediately (become) a great success.
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