Present simple and present continuous worksheets

Present simple and present continuous worksheets

Texts in the present simple and continuous tense

Answer:Although there are over 600 kinds of eucalyptus trees in Australia, the koala eats the leaves of only 2 or 3 kinds. What is interesting is that eucalyptus leaves are so poisonous that they can kill most animalsExplanation:The problem is that eucalyptus leaves are toxic and lethal to most mammals. «It is believed that they generate these toxins as a defense mechanism to prevent some animals like insects from eating their leaves», and that koalas can eat the leaves but some mami feros can’t eat them but most koalas canosea koalas can eat almost anything crown pls.

Present simple present simple exercises pdf

Answer:Although there are over 600 types of eucalyptus trees in Australia, the koala eats the leaves of only 2 or 3 kinds. What is interesting is that eucalyptus leaves are so poisonous that they can kill most animalsExplanation:The problem is that eucalyptus leaves are toxic and lethal to most mammals. «It is believed that they generate these toxins as a defense mechanism to prevent some animals like insects from eating their leaves», and that koalas can eat the leaves but some mami feros can’t eat them but most koalas canosea koalas can eat almost anything crown pls.

Present continuous exercises pdf

Like the first sentence, this one is in the present simple.    In both sentences we use the verb ¨ser/estar¨ conjugated in the first person singular (yo), but with two different functions.    In the second, the ¨soy¨ plays the main role in the sentence.    However, in the first sentence the ¨estoy¨ only helps you to do something.    Here, the verb ¨er/estar¨ is an auxiliary verb or a helper of the main verb.

In Persian you also need an auxiliary verb.    But in Persian, instead of saying «I am going», we should say «I have going».    That is to say, the auxiliary verb used is not ¨estar¨ but ¨tener¨.    Interesting?

Unlike Rumi, who had a well-known teacher, Hafez never introduced anyone as his teacher.    However, in his writings he has named the rabbi or teacher many times.    However, if you explore his words deeply, you will see that this teacher is not a person.    In the expression above, Pir-e Moghaan, he refers to his master /pir/ who dwells in /deir-e moghaan/.    This place seems to be more of a spiritual place than a physical building.    Therefore, the master who dwells in a spiritual place, which is not made of stone or wood, must be a non-human master.    Therefore, the place of this master is in your heart and the master is spiritual recognition.    In short, Pir-e Moghaan, it is the spirit of truth that resides within us.

Works of the present continuous

The architect and theorist of classicism André Félibien, in the 17th century, in a prologue to the Conferences of the French Academy made a hierarchy of genres of classical painting: «history, portrait, landscape, seascape, flowers and fruits».

Painting is one of the oldest artistic expressions and one of the seven Beaux Arts. In aesthetics or art theory, painting is considered a universal category comprising all artistic creations made on surfaces. A category applicable to any technique or type of physical or material support, including ephemeral supports or techniques as well as digital supports or techniques.

Part of the history of painting in Eastern and Western art is dominated by religious art. Examples of this type of painting range from works of art depicting mythological figures in ceramics, to biblical scenes from the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel, to scenes from the life of Buddha or other images of Eastern religious origin.