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English powerpoint: Present Continuous and Present Simple Present Continuous and Present Simple

An animated PPT to compare and contrast the use of the two tenses. (The animations are intended to make clear the actions happening NOW). Students have to produce the correct tense orally before you click for the answer on screen.

 Age: 12-14
 Format: PowerPoint
5 out of 5, rated by 1 teachers

Copyright 19/3/2010  crisholm
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Wonderful! Thank you very much.          posted by pollyanna_pl 0


Nice work! Thank you so much!          posted by pirchy 0


          posted by sashka.djadjarova 0
Thank you very much!

Fallen Angel

          posted by Fallen Angel 0
Thanks a lot!


Great work. Thanks!          posted by Kriszta2009 0


          posted by beidah89 20160921
Thanks a lot for your work. It is very useful to explain in a class. (very visual and easy to understand the difference between both tenses).