Make up a dialogue.
Match the sentences with the meaning of the tenses used.
They are feeding animals now.
I always stay in bed late at weekends.
Susan is writing a diploma at present.
Jane loves the hustle and bustle of a city.
School begins at 8.30 a.m.
a temporary action
something that is just true for somebody
an action that happens again and again
an action happening at the moment of speaking
Open the brackets and write the correct tense forms.
Mum the peace and quiet of the country. (to love)
After living in the country for a long time, he isolated here. (to feel)
Alice a better job. (to look for)
The exam in a few minutes. (to begin)
Where’s Jim? — He his exam in History. (to sit)
I’m tired. They ! (always, to argue)