Take a break and check your answers!
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  Using either simple present or present progressive.
Example: Mike cannot come outside because he (clean) is cleaning his room.
1.

Mike cleans his room everyday.

2.

Ashley is sleeping right now, can you come back later?

3.

It rains a lot in Seattle.

4.
Seth runs everyday after school.
5.
 It snows in Ohio.
6.

I watch TV everyday after school.

7.

She runs errands everyday between 2:00pm and 4:00pm.

8.

It is hailing right now in Florida.

9.

The volcano has lava flowing out of the top.

10.
I bike to work on Fridays.


Exercise 2
  Use past perfect to change the words in parenthesis to the correct form.
1.

I studied the information before I took my driving test.

2.

I cleaned my room three days ago.

3.

She slept  for two hours before I came in and woke her up.

4.
He looked at the material before he took the test.
5.
My boss asked me to work yesterday, so I cannot go to the mall today.


Exercise 3
  Use future progressive to change the words in parenthesis to the correct form.
1.
I will work today, so come by and visit me.
2.
I will call you after school.
3.
I will discuss this with your father after school.
4.
She will study all afternoon.
5.

She will talk to the professor after class.


 

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