Underline the correct tense:
1. I'm sleeping / sleep on Jim's sofa until I find a place of my own.
2. I'm only working /only work there for some weeks because I'm going abroad in the winter.
3. If you are not listening / don't listen to what I tell you, you have to take the consequences.
4. His only bad habit is that he talks / is talking too much.
5. In the second scene we see / are seeing him getting up and the he goes out / is going out and meets / is meeting a strange person.
6. You make / are making a stew using meat and vegetables.
7. I never do anything I feel / am feeling is against my conscience.
8. She appears / is appearing to be very friendly, but I don't her well enough.
9. There's nobody outside; you just hear / are just hearing things.
10. I'm thinking of doing a BA degree - what do you think / are thinking? Is it a good idea?