Present Continuous Quiz (Beginning Level)

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Yet another Quiz for beginning level. Try it out!

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#1. They are always ... about their lives.

“always present continuous” is used to describe an annoying action. Therefore, the correct answer is “complaining”.

#2. Look! The bird ...

“look!” indicates present continuous, so “is flying” is the correct answer.

#3. Jack ... his homework at the present so don't bother him.

“now” indicates present continuous, so “is doing” is the correct answer.

#4. She ... now.

“now” indicates present continuous, so “is singing” is the correct answer.

#5. He ... always ... to school late.

“always present continuous” is used to describe an annoying action. Therefore, the correct answer is “is / going”.

#6. ... they coming over for dinner tonight?

“tonight” is the near future. Because present continuous is used to talk about planned actions in the near future, and because the subject is “they”, the correct answer is “are”.

#7. I ... at the hair salon until September.

“until September” is the near future. Because present continuous is used to talk about planned actions in the near future, the correct answer is “am working”.

#8. Why ... he playing football tomorrow?

“tomorrow” is the near future. Because present continuous is used to talk about planned actions in the near future, the correct answer is “is”.

#9. My mother-in-law ... at our house this week.

“this week” is the near future. Because present continuous is used to talk about planned actions in the near future, and because the subject is “my mother-in-law”, the correct answer is “is staying”.

#10. They are ... a new shopping mall downtown this week.

“this week” is the near future. Because present continuous is used to talk about planned actions in the near future, the correct answer is “opening”.

#11. My mother ... at the moment.

“at the moment” indicates present continuous, so “is sleeping” is the correct answer.

#12. I ... my friend's house this evening.

“this evening” is the near future. Because present continuous is used to talk about planned actions in the near future, “am going” is the correct answer.

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