Present Simple

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Online Exercises:


  • Exercise 1: Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers.




  • Exercise 5: Negative and questions (Lesson and exercises)

  • Exercise 6: Put the verbs into the correct tense (present simple OR present continuous).



  • Exercise 9: Simple Present agreement exercise. choose the best answer.

  • Exercise 10: Simple Present with plural nouns. Rewrite the given sentences with the underlined words changed to the plural form.

  • Exercise 11: Yes/No questions. Write questions in the present tense using the prompts.

  • Exercise 12: Information Questions. Write questions in the simple present tense using the prompts.

  • Exercise 13: Negative Contraction. Write the negative contractions in the simple present tense of the words in parentheses to complete each sentence.

  • Exercise 14: Everyday Actions. Memory Game. Match the picture and the word.

  • Exercise 15: Everyday Actions. Find the words in the list to the right. The words can be in any direction. Click and drag to select the letters.

  • Exercise 16: Enjoy this golf game (present tense and punctuation).

  • Exercise 17: Daily routines. Find the matching square. Match the English word to the Spanish word.

  • Exercise 18: Daily routines. Find the matching square. Match the English word to the Spanish word.

  • Exercise 19: Peter's Day. Look at Peter's day and then answer the questions. Type your answer, then press "Check".

  • Exercise 20: The Simpsons. Read the text about the Simpsons and then write questions for the answers. Type your answer, then press "Check" to check your answer.

  • Exercise 21: This quiz determines your mastery of both present simple verb forms and trivia (that is, your general knowledge).

  • Exercise 22: Click on the correct response. It must be both grammatically correct and true.

  • Exercise 23: Complete the questions in the dialogue by filling in the blank. When possible, use the same verb in your question.



  • Exercise 26: Complete the following sentences by using the right form of to do (do, don't, does, doesn't).

  • Exercise 27: Complete the following sentences by using the right form of to do (do, don't, does, doesn't).

  • Exercise 28: Complete the following sentences by using the right form of to do (do, don't, does, doesn't).

  • Exercise 29: Positive statements. Choose the verb from the list that best fits in the sentence.

  • Exercise 30: Negative statements. Choose the verb from the list that best fits in the sentence.

  • Exercise 31: Questions. Choose the verb from the list that best fits in the sentence.





  • Exercise 36: Use the correct present tense verb (is - are - has).

  • Exercise 33: Past - Present. Match the items on the right to the items on the left.




  • Exercise 37: Fill in the correct form of the verb, choose the correct form, add "s" "es" "ies".

  • Exercise 38: Practice the present simple in a fun way.

  • Exercise 39: 1. Choose the correct verb 2. WRITE - verbs: 3rd person (daily routines).

  • Exercise 40: Tim's morning routine. Reading activity with images to discriminate.

  • Exercise 41: Online Exercise on Present Simple. There are four activities to do and a homework task.

  • Exercise 42: 4 excercises: is/are, like/likes, play/plays, go/goes.

  • Exercise 43: Life of a teen, María. School and home. Multiple choice and fill-in.

  • Exercise 44: A complete excersice with different options.

  • Exercise 45: Mission: Simple present. Simple present against spelling rules.

  • Exercise 46: Some exercises to practice the present simple tense. Affirmative, negative and interrogative forms.




  • Exercise 50: An exercise to practise the present simple in the interrogative and negative form.

  • Exercise 51: Choose verbs from the list and writge them in the correct form.

  • Exercise 52: John's Daily Routine. Reading Comprehension. Simple exercise about daily routine.






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Listening:





  • Habits - Sentences with the simple present to express daily habits and routine: 1.Dictation 2. Answers




  • Watch the video and answer the questions below. Read the Transcript and check your listening comprehension. Repeat the difficult words or sentences out loud. Check the Notes for information about culture, grammar, slang, or pronunciation.

John Legend: "True Colors"










  • Picture vocabulary: Everyday Actions 4. Click to hear the word and then click on the picture that best matches the word.


  • I am yours by Jason Mraz: This exercise is divided into 2 parts, first students have to listen and identify the mistakes in the lyrics. Second they have to watch the video and order the events, these describe a routine. (Lyrics).

  • Inventors: Thomas Edison: Listening activity. Students watch a video clip about an inventor "Thomas Edison" and answer questions related to him.