Thì hiện tại tiếp diễn được sử dụng để chỉ ra rằng một hành động đang diễn ra hoặc hiện đang xảy ra, tại thời điểm nói. Hiện tại tiếp diễn cũng có thể được sử dụng để cho thấy rằng một hành động sẽ diễn ra trong tương lai gần. Đọc để mô tả chi tiết, ví dụ, và trình bày các bài tập liên tục. Những bài tập thì hiện tại tiếp diễn nâng cao sau sẽ giúp các bạn học sinh hiểu thêm về cách sử dụng của thì này.
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Các dạng bài tập thì hiện tại tiếp diễn nâng cao
Exercises 1 – Simple Present and Present Continuous
Sử dụng các từ trong ngoặc đơn, hoàn thành văn bản dưới đây với các thì phù hợp
- Every Monday, Sally (drive) her kids to football practice.
- Usually, I (work) as a secretary at ABT, but this summer I (study) French at a language school in Paris. That is why I am in Paris.
- Shhhhh! Be quiet! John (sleep) .
- Don’t forget to take your umbrella. It (rain) .
- I hate living in Seattle because it (rain, always) .
- I’m sorry I can’t hear what you (say) because everybody (talk) so loudly.
- Justin (write, currently) a book about his adventures in Tibet. I hope he can find a good publisher when he is finished.
- Jim: Do you want to come over for dinner tonight?
Denise: Oh, I’m sorry, I can’t. I (go) to a movie tonight with some friends.
- The business cards (be, normally ) printed by a company in New York. Their prices (be) inexpensive, yet the quality of their work is quite good.
- This delicious chocolate (be) made by a small chocolatier in Zurich, Switzerland.
Exercises 2 – Present Continuous and Present Perfect Continuous
- It (rain) all week. I hope it stops by Saturday because I want to go to the beach.
- Sid: Where is Gary?
Sarah: He (study, at the library) for his German test on Wednesday. In fact, he (review) for the test every day for the last week.
- You look really great! (You, exercise) at the fitness center ?
- Frank, where have you been? We (wait) for you since 1 PM.
- Tim: What is that sound?
Nancy: A car alarm (ring) somewhere down the street. It (drive) me crazy – I wish it would stop! It (ring) for more than twenty minutes.
- Joseph’s English (improve, really) , isn’t it? He (watch) American television programs and (study) his grammar every day since he first arrived in San Diego. Soon he will be totally fluent.
- Dan: You look a little tired. (You, get) enough sleep lately?
Michelle: Yes, I (sleep) relatively well. I just look tired because I (feel) a little sick for the last week.
Dan: I hope you feel better soon.
Michelle: Thanks. I (take, currently) some medicine, so I should feel better in a couple of days.
Exercises 3 – Tenses with durations
My English is really getting better. I (try) to learn the language since 2010, but only recently have I been able to make some real progress. By the time I started high school in 2013, I (study) the language for almost three years; however, I was only able to introduce myself and utter a few memorized sentences. For a couple more years, I (struggle) through grammar and vocabulary lessons, which made absolutely no difference. Nothing worked, so I decided to study abroad.
I found an exchange program in England that sounded like the perfect answer. I (stay) with a host family for one month. It was a huge disappointment! I (sit) there the whole time staring at the host mother and father hoping that there would be some breakthrough. Nothing.
When I returned, I mentioned to a friend that I (have) problems with the language for years. He recommended that I spend a year in an English speaking country. I decided to go abroad again. I (research) exchange programs for a couple of weeks and finally decided on a school in the United States.
Well, it worked. I (live) and (study) in the U.S. for more than two years. I (stay) here for at least another year before I return home. By then, I should be completely fluent.
Exercises 4 – Present and Past Tenses with Non-Continuous Verbs
- a. Look, I (have) two tickets for the circus.
b. Look, I (hold) two tickets for the circus.
- a. We (be) there for more than half an hour by the time the show began.
b. We (wait) there for more than half an hour by the time the show began.
- a. Sam (sit) in the seat next to me when the clown threw a bucket of water at me.
b. Sam (be) in the seat next to me when the clown threw a bucket of water at me.
- a. One clown was juggling while he (balance) a glass of wine on his head.
b. One clown was juggling while he (have) a glass of wine on his head.
- a. I (love) the circus ever since I was a child.
b. I (go) to the circus ever since I was a child.
- a. Right now, I (see) two elephants doing tricks in the ring.
b. Right now, I (look) at two elephants doing tricks in the ring.
Exercises 5 – Present and Past Tense Review
Lars: Excuse me, which movie are you waiting for?
Tony: We (wait) for the new Stars Wars movie. In fact, we (wait) here for more than five hours.
Lars: Five hours? When did you arrive?
Tony: We (get) here at 6:00 o’clock this morning. More than forty people (stand, already) here waiting for tickets when we arrived.
Lars: I can’t believe that! Are you serious?
Tony: Yeah, people (take) Star Wars movies seriously. In fact, this particular showing has been sold out for over a week. We (wait, just) in line to get a good seat in the theater.
Lars: When did you buy your tickets?
Tony: I (buy) them last week by phone. I (know) tickets would be hard to get because I (see) a news interview with a group of people standing in line to get tickets. They (wait) in line for almost a month to buy tickets for the first showing.
Lars: I don’t believe that!
Tony: It’s true. They (camp) out in front of Mann’s Chinese Theater in Los Angeles for about a month because they (want) to be the first people to see the movie.
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