You can see (Present Simple) the Browns in their living room. They usually spend (Present Simple) their Saturday evenings at home. Look, Mr Brown is sitting (Present Continuous) in his armchair and is watching (Present Continuous) TV. He likes (Present Simple) sports programmes and the news. Mrs Brown is reading (Present Continuous) a magazine. She buys (Present Simple) magazines and newspapers every morning. Betsy, their daughter, takes (Present Simple) care of the family’s pets. Now she is feeding (Present Continuous) her fish. Her elder brother Bob is drawing (Present Continuous) a ship. He draws (Present Simple) very well. He is going (Present Continuous) to be an artist.
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Put the verbs in brackets in the correct form – Present Simple or Present Continuous. You can_________ (see) the Browns
in their living room. They usually_________ (spend) their Saturday evenings at home. Look, Mr Brown_________ (sit) in his armchair and_________ (watch) TV. He_________ (like) sports programmes and the news. Mrs Brown_________ (read) a magazine. She_________ (buy) magazines and newspapers every morning. Betsy, their daughter, _________ (take) care of the family’s pets. Now she_________ (feed) her fish. Her elder brother Bob_________ (draw) a ship. He_________ (draw) very well. He _________ (go) to be an artist.
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