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Choose the right answer.

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1. Are the Present Progressive and the Present Continuous the same things?
Yes
No
2. Is the Present Continuous used to talk about habits?
Yes
No
3. "I have been programming for four hours"
Is this sentence in the Present Continuous?
Yes
No
4. 
A: Tell us something about your wife.
B: Her name is Brenda. We married 3 years ago. She's 34 years old. She works as a writer and she's writing a screenplay for a
Hollywood movie.
A: Where is she now?
B: She is flying to Atlanta.
A: And she's writing the screenplay on the plane?
B: No, I don't think so.
A: But you have just said that she's writing a screenplay, haven't you?

Did person B make a grammatical mistake by saying: "She's writing a screenplay for a Hollywood movie."?
Yes
No
5. "I was /driving/ a car when something hit me" .
The word in bracket is called:

(NOTE: You can select more than one answer!)
Past Participle
Present Participle
Gerund
Ing form
6. The Present Continuous is used with:
State verbs (e.g. be, have, think, know)
Permanent situations
Future arrangements
Irritation over something or somebody in the presen
Fixed / official arrangement that we can't change
Present or temporary actions
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Present TensesPresent SimplePresent Continuous
Fill GapsForm Negative SentencesForm QuestionsAffirmative SentencesQuiz Based on the Article
Present PerfectPresent Perfect Continuous
Past TensesPast SimplePast ContinuousPast PerfectPast Perfect ContinuousPast Tenses AdvancedWhen vs WhileUsed to
Future TensesFuture SimpleFuture ContinuousFuture PerfectFuture Perfect ContinuousFuture TensesGoing ToGoing To vs Will
Grammar TestsAction VerbsAuxiliary VerbsContractionsDo and MakeSay and TellPhrasal VerbsModal VerbsAdverbs of FrequencyQuestion TagsEcho QuestionsReported Speech
ConditionalsZero ConditionalFirst ConditionalSecond ConditionalFirst or Second Conditional Third ConditionalMixed Conditionals
Tense Versus TensePresent Simple vs Present ContinuousPast Simple vs Present PerfectPast Continuous vs Past SimplePast Perfect vs Past SimplePresent Perfect vs Present Perfect ContinuousWill vs Going ToWill vs Going To For Predictions Future Perfect vs Future Perfect ContinuousMixed TensesTenses Advanced
VerbInversionVerb: To BeIrregular Verbs
Passive VoicePresent Simple PassiveContinuous Tenses PassivePast Simple PassivePerfect Tenses PassiveFuture Simple PassivePassive SummaryGoing to PassiveSay, Believe, SupposeGet + Participle