lunes, 4 de febrero de 2019

Present continuous and habitual present

In lesson 9 we start with present continuous. Remember the difference between both:

  • habitual present is connected to habits, something you usually and it is used with frequency adverbs such as always, usually, some times, never...
  • present continuous is something punctual or for a period of time, something particular, not habitual.
These are links with exercises to practise:
This link is with an explanation and exercises at the end: click here

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There is / There are and prepositions

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