Present Tense
Present Tense [Negative]
Present Progressive Tense
Present Progressive Tense [Negative]
Possessive Nouns
100

Normally, I _____ lunch in the cafeteria. 

(to eat = comer)

Normally, I eat lunch in the cafeteria. 

100

I _____ _____ snakes or spiders. 

(to like = gustar)

[negative]

I don't like snakes or spiders. 

or

I do not like snakes or spiders. 

100

Right now, I _____ _____ a game. 

(to play = jugar)

Right now, I am playing a game

or 

Right now, I'm playing a game. 

100

I _____ _____ _____ in my science notebook right now. 

(to draw = dibujar)

[negative]

I am not drawing in my science notebook right now. 

or

I'm not drawing in my science notebook right now.

100

Translate: 

La pelota del perro es roja.

The dog's ball is red. 
200

Do you _____ TV on the weekends? 

(to watch = mirar)

Do you watch TV on the weekends?

200

Normally, you _____ _____ late to school. 

(to arrive = llegar)

[negative]

Normally, you don't arrive late to school. 

or 

Normally, you do not arrive late to school. 

200

_____ you _____ English in school right now? 

(to learn = aprender)

Are you learning English in school right now? 


200

You _____ _____ _____ spaghetti for dinner tonight. 

(to cook = cocinar)

[negative]

You are not cooking spaghetti for dinner tonight. 

or 

You're not cooking spaghetti for dinner tonight. 

or 

You aren't cooking spaghetti for dinner tonight. 

200

Translate: 

Los zapatos de Danesi son chidos.

Danesi's shoes are cool. 

300

We _____ books for 15 minutes in English class. 

(to read = leer)

We read books for 15 minutes in English class.

300

The baseball players _____ _____ water for their practice. 

(to have = tener)

[negative]

The baseball players don't have water for their practice. 

or

The baseball players do not have water for their practice. 

300

Look! The dolphins _____ _____ in the ocean!

(to swim = nadar)

Look! The dolphins are swimming in the ocean!

300

We _____ _____ _____ for soccer today. 

(to run = correr)

[negative]

We are not running for soccer today. 

or

We're not running for soccer today. 

or 

We aren't running for soccer today. 

300

Translate: 

¡La casa de los pollos está en llamas!

The chickens' house is on fire!

400

Mrs. P. _____ coffee every day. 

(to drink = beber)

Mrs. P. drinks coffee every day. 

400

Mrs. P. _____ _____ a cat in her house. 

(to want = querer)

[negative]

Mrs. P. doesn't want a cat in her house. 

or

Mrs. P. does not want a cat in her house. 

400

Mrs. P. _____ _____ a book this year. 

(to write = escribir)

Mrs. P. is writing a book this year. 


400

Mrs. P. _____ _____ _____ to France this summer. 

(to travel = viajar)

[negative]

Mrs. P. is not traveling to France this summer. 

or 

Mrs. P.'s not traveling to France this summer. 

or

Mrs. P. isn't traveling to France this summer. 

400

Translate: 

El baño de mujeres no necesita más flores.

The women's bathroom doesn't need more flowers. 

500

Conor McGregor _____ English and Irish. 

(to speak = hablar)

Cocnor McGregor speaks English and Irish. 

500

Conor McGregor _____ _____ with women. 

(to fight = luchar)

[negative]

Conor McGregor doesn't fight with women. 

or 

Conor McGregor does not fight with women. 

500

Conor McGregor _____ _____ to his coach right now. 

(to listen = escuchar)

Conor McGregor is listening to his coach right now. 

500

Conor McGregor _____ _____ _____ Science in Fort Dodge today. 

(to teach = enseñar) 

[negative]

Conor McGregor is not teaching Science in Fort Dodge today. 

or

Conor McGregor's not teaching Science in Fort Dodge today.

or 

Conor McGregor isn't teaching Science in Fort Dodge today. 


500

Translate: 

Las reglas de ambos clubes son las mismas.

Both clubs' rules are the same. 
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