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Default Simple Present Tense

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Title
Simple Present Tense


Type
Jumbled Sentences Worksheet


Target Structure
Simple present tense.


Target Vocabulary
Non-specific


Directions
Work in pairs and put the jumbled words into the correct sentences.


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