Present Simple Mixed Exercise 3

The present simple (or simple present) is a basic tense to talk about things in the present. If you want to know more about this tense, click here.

On this page, you have an exercise about this tense. It’s a good exercise to see if you fully understand how to form positive statements, negative statements and questions in the present simple.

You can find the exercise below:

Present Simple Mixed Exercise 3

Complete these sentences by filling in the correct form of the present simple.
1.
Who (to be) always late and what (that person, to do) to be late?
2.
They often (to go) to the store before they (to order) their food online.
3.
(he, to like) to be alone? He (to seem) to enjoy spending time on his own.
4.
We (not, to read) books. We (to prefer) watching films.
5.
Films (to be) much more enjoyable because you (not, to have) to think as hard.
6.
Salespeople always (to try) to trick me into buying things I (not, to need).
7.
He (to run) almost as fast as Usain Bolt.
8.
(you, often, to go) to the store alone? Not really because I (to be) scared of being lost.
9.
(he, to like) to learn English? Definitely! He (to like) it a lot more than French.
10.
Where (you, to live)?

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