Are Do and Does auxiliars for present continous?
Yes, they are.
No, they aren't.
Choose the correct sentence:
Mark have worked in the company for 3 years.
Mark have worked in the company for march.
Mark has worked in the company for 3 years.
Mark has worked in the company for march.
What best describes the image?
She has worked for many hours.
She has been working long time.
She is bored because of work.
She is working in these moment.
She is playing basketball this following weekend at 8 am.
How often does Kevin go to the gym?
He has lifted weights for an hour.
He goes to the gym twice a week.
He is going to the gym this morning.
He is good at lifting.
What are you doing these days?
I study in the University everyday.
I am studying in the University.
I work in the company these days.
I'm usually studying in the morning.
How long has Harold been playing in the computer?
He is playing right now.
He have played for 3 hours.
He has been playing for 2 hours.
He is not playing.
Conny drives to Juan's in the afternoon around 5 pm, from monday to friday.
In other words...
Conny and Juan drive the car.
Conny goes to Juan's house on weekend.
Conny goes to Juan's house on weekdays.
Juan goes to Conny's everyday.
Marie ____________________ glasess anymore.
________ Martha and Alex pay the tickets to Paris?