Present Simple or Present Continuous Tense?

__________ rice every day?

The sentence is describing a routine.
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Use the present simple when describing things that happen as a routine.

__________ tonight?

This sentence is asking about an event planned for the future.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe an event that is planned for the future.

I __________ at the moment.

The sentence is describing something that is happening at the exact moment of speech.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe something that is happening at the exact moment of speech.

__________ come to London often?

The sentence is describing a routine.
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Use the simple present to describe something that happens often, as a routine.

He __________ tennis now.

The sentence is describing something that is happening at the exact moment of speech.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe something that is happening at the exact moment of speech.

__________ to the movies later?

This sentence is asking about an event planned for the future.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe an event that is planned for the future.

They __________ to the party tomorrow.

This sentence is talking about an event planned for the future.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe an event that is planned for the future.

He __________ golf now.

The sentence is describing something that is happening at the exact moment of speech.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe something that is happening at the exact moment of speech.

__________ tennis this Sunday?

This sentence is asking about an event planned for the future.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe an event that is planned for the future.

They __________ to a restaurant every Saturday.

The sentence is describing a routine.
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Use the simple present to describe something that happens regularly as a routine.

She __________ to the movies very often.

The sentence is describing a routine.
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Use the simple present to describe something that happens regularly as a routine.

You usually __________ late.

The sentence is describing a routine.
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Use the simple present to describe something that happens regularly as a routine.

He usually __________ dinner at home.

The sentence is describing a routine.
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Use the simple present to describe something that happens regularly as a routine.

__________ every night?

The question is asking about a routine.
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Use the simple present to describe something that happens regularly as a routine.

__________ late usually?

The question is asking about a routine.
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Use the simple present to describe something that happens regularly as a routine.

You _________ out later.

This sentence is talking about an event planned for the future.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe an event that is planned for the future.

I __________ tonight.

This sentence is talking about an event planned for the future.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe an event that is planned for the future.

__________ at the moment?

The question is asking about something happening at the exact moment of speech.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe something that is happening at the exact moment of speech.

I __________ coffee very often.

The sentence is talking about a routine.
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Use the simple present to describe something that happens regularly as a routine.

Julie __________ now.

The sentence is talking about something happening at the exact moment of speech.
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Use the present continuous tense to describe something that is happening at the exact moment of speech.