Ask questions for these answers. Use the question word in brackets.

1. He uses English every day for emails and phone calls. (What for?)

2. I need to speak good English working for a big international company. (Why...?)

3. My friend plays hockey at weekends. (What sport?)

4. I go to bed after midnight sometimes. (How often?)

5. The weekend goes very quickly. (How?)

6. My brother has a new girlfriend. (Who?)

7. We need further information on the project. (What?)

8. Top footballers earn a lot of money. (How much?)

9. My car is in the car park. (Where...?)

10. I park the car on the street now. (Where?)

11. The company stores information about all its customers on computer. (What? How?)

12. The business centre provides fax, Internet and photocopying services. (What services?)

13. Most women wear make-up because they want to look better. (Why?)

14. She always buys those magazines that have lots of gossip about celebrities in them. (Who? What kind? What do?)



Ask questions. Use the question word(s) in brackets.

1. They work for a popular business magazine. (Which?)

2. We sometimes go to a disco. (How often?)

3. It is often difficult to make new friends. (Why?)

4. She plans to do something creative. (What?)

5. I go out with friends at weekends. (How often?)

6. Milk is rich in vitamins and proteins. (What?)

7. The company makes computer parts. (What?)

8. My job title is "Sales Executive". (What?)

9. They speak to each other on the phone every day. (How often?)

10. He makes lots of phone calls in English because he contacts people in different countries. (Why?)

11. People like him because of his personality. (Why?)

12. James works as a senior manager for a large company. (Who? What do?)

13. John Butler runs the sales department. (Who? What...?)

14. Many of the people who use the Internet communicate in English. (What language?)

15. George has a five week's holiday every year. (Who? What holiday?)

16. It's pointless to argue with him. He always does what he wants anyway. (Why?)



To be Ving

to work
Present Continuous Tense

I am working I am not working
you are working you are not working
he is working he is not working
she is working she is not working
it is working it is not working
we are working we are not working
you are working you are not working
they are working they are not working


Am I working? Yes, I am. No, I am not.
Are you working? Yes, you are. No, you aren't.
Is he working? Yes, he is. No, he isn't.
Is she working? Yes, she is. No, she isn't.
Is it working? Yes, it is. No, it isn't.
Are we working? Yes, we are. No, we aren't.
Are you working? Yes, you are. No, you aren't.
Are they working? Yes, they are. No, they aren't.


Make up sentences. Use Present Continuous.

I You He She We They to go to the cinema to go to the theatre to go out to go shopping to see the director to see the doctor to get married to meet one's friends to leave to return to Murmansk tonight this afternoon next Friday tomorrow evening in four days' time in a week's time in the evening next month on Sunday in a few minutes

Put the verbs in brackets into Present Continuous.

1. Please, don't make so much noise. I (study).

2. We (go) to the wedding on Saturday.

3. We (sit) in a traffic jam at the moment.

4. The population of the world (rise) very fast.

5. Our company (grow) and (we / look) for more staff.

6. I (take) classes in yoga at the moment.

7. Don't turn off the TV! I (watch) it.

8. She (always / forget) to turn her computer off.

9. Susan, (you / do) anything special now? If not, what about a short interview?

10. Dorothy (go out) with Phil.

11. (At a party) Hello, Ann. (You / enjoy) the party?

12. Hurry up! We (wait) for you. OK, OK. I (come).

Present Simple / Present Continuous



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