Put the verb in the correct form, present continuous or present simple.
Jim is very untidy. He — (always/leave) his things all over the place.
is always leaving
Let’s go out. It isn’t raining now.
Julia is very good at languages. She speaks four languages very well.
Hurry up! Everybody is waiting for you.
Are you listening to the radio? — No, you can turn it off.
Do you listen to the radio every day? — No, just occasionally.
The River Nile flows into the Mediterranean.
Look at the river. It is flowing very fast today — much faster than usual.
We usually grow vegetables in our garden but this year we are not growing any. (use a long form!)
How is your English?’ ‘Not bad. It is improving slowly.
Ron is in London at the moment. He is staying at the Park Hotel. He always stay there when he’s in London.
Can we stop walking soon? I am starting to feel tired.
Can you drive?’ ‘I am learning. My father is teaching me.
Normally I finish work at 5.00, but this week I am working until 6.00 to earn a bit more money.
My parents live in Bristol. They were born there and have never lived anywhere else. Where do your parents live?
Sonia is looking for a place to live. She is staying with her sister until she finds somewhere.
What does your father do? He’s an architect but he is not working at the moment.
(at a party) Usually I enjoy parties but I am not enjoying this one very much. (use a long form!)
The train is never late. It always leaves on time.
Jim is very untidy. He is always leaving his things all over the place.