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Present Continuous Word Scramble

Average: 2.7 (7 votes)

Present Continuous is used to describe an action that’s happening at the moment, but it’s also sometimes used to talk about a future plan.

The form of the Present Continuous is:

Positive: Am, is or are + verb + ing
Negative: Am not, isn’t or aren’t + verb + ing
Eg: " I am watching TV"

Unscramble the words in the sentences below and put them in the correct order. Good luck!

1: Joan / . / thinking/ He/ about / is /

2: next / Spain / . / My / is / brother / going / year / to /

3: anything / doing / you / ? / later / Are

4: tomorrow / . / shopping / am / I / going /

5: raining / outside / is / ./ a / It / lot

6: football / is / her / She / . / friends / playing / with

7: you / she / leaving / ? / Is

8: today / . / raining / isn’t / it

9: after / driving / am / home / work / I / .

10: . / She / speak / looking / is / ? / to / Should / me / at / I / her

11: TV / moment / watching / . / They / at / aren’t / the


By: Sebastian E’Silva, EC Cape Town

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Comments

Good one.

Hi when I am writing it isn't raining today it shows wrong but
it isn’t raining today show correct.
and they aren't watching tv at the moment. (with fullstop) shows wrong but they aren't watching tv at the moment is correct (Without fullstop)

bugs

OK. The bugs have been fixed. It should be fine now...I hope!

Thanks,

Chris

nice lesson

geofatma

Lyulik

In the third sentence should be question mark instead fullstop.
Thank you!

Present Continuous

The 10 task was difficult for me, as you scrambled two sentences. Worried
Thanks for review. Smile

Check the answers . U ve

Check the answers . U ve started the sentences with all simple letters.

Present Continuous Word Scramble

That was easy. Thank you.

all were wrong only simple

all were wrong only simple reasons, I, ve done with simply letters , without points :\

PC

Present Continuous it's easy. I like it. Thank you.