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- I’m taking my sister to school now. I take her to school every
- He is helping his father now. He helps his father very often.
- At the moment they are going to the river for a swim. They
usually go to the river for a swim.
- She is playing the violin now. She plays the violin every day.
- I am reading now. I read every day.
- He is sleeping now. He sleeps every night.
- We are drinking tea now. We drink tea every morning.
- They are going to school now. They go to school every
- I am not sleeping now. I don’t sleep in the daytime.
- She isn’t drinking coffee now. She doesn’t drink coffee after
- We aren’t watching TV now. We don’t watch TV in the
- They are not eating now. They don’t eat at the lesson.
- My mother isn’t working now. My mother doesn’t work at an
- Are you working now? Do you work every day?
- Is he playing now? Does he play in the afternoon?
- Are they eating now? Do they eat at school?
- Is your sister resting now? Does your sister rest after
- What are you doing now? What do you do every morning?
- What are you reading now? What do you read after dinner?
- What are they eating now? What do they eat for breakfast?
- What is your brother drinking now? What does your brother
drink in the evening?
- Is everybody having a good time now? Does everybody
have a good time every Saturday?
- Is she taking medicine now? How often does she take
- Where are they going now? Where do they go on Sunday?
- Are they speaking English now? What language do they