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Exercise #4 - Present Continuous Tense

Directions: Read each present continuous tense sentence or question and then circle or underline the word correct or incorrect. If it's incorrect, write it correctly. Complete this exercise in your notebook.

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Example: They no going to work.     correct / incorrect

 They aren't going to work .                   

 

1. Where does he working?     correct / incorrect

                                                                             

2. She's making dinner now.     correct / incorrect

                                                                             

3. What do they doing?    correct / incorrect

                                                                             

4. My car no working no more.   correct / incorrect

                                                                             

5. Who they talking to?   correct / incorrect

                                                                             

6. How much they are paying you?   correct / incorrect

                                                                             

7. Where you going?    correct / incorrect

                                                                              

8. They are being very helpful.     correct / incorrect

                                                                              

9. The man he no walking fast.    correct / incorrect

                                                                              

10. She is seen a doctor.    correct / incorrect

                                                                              

 

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