PRESENT SIMPLE AND PRESENT CONTINOUS.

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Mind Map on PRESENT SIMPLE AND PRESENT CONTINOUS., created by eliana_o7 on 03/18/2015.

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PRESENT SIMPLE AND PRESENT CONTINOUS.
1 PRESENT SIMPLE.
1.1 It is used to talk about common situations.
1.2 The Simple Present is also used to express a fact, feature, or something that is usually always true.
1.3 To conjugate the present simple use the inifinitivo for subjects "I", "you", "we" and "they" and another for "he", "she" and "it", we added a "-s" to end of the verb.
1.4 Adverbs of time go before the verb, except the verb "to be" (ser / estar). When "to be" used the verb goes before the adverb.
2 PPRESENT CONTINOUS.
2.1 It is used for actions that are taking place at that time.
2.2 When we construct the present continuous we use the verb to be. Therefore we DO NOT USE auxiliaries do, does, don’t or doesn’t.
2.3 Use the “ing” form after the verb to be.
2.4 Besides there are structural differences - the present continuous is the verb "to be" as auxiliary and the "present participle"
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