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Lesson 2: Present Continuous Tense

Faster English July 2, 2024

In this lesson, we will explore the present continuous tense in English. We will discuss its structure, usage, and provide examples in the affirmative, negative, and interrogative forms.

Grammar Structure:

The present continuous tense is used to describe actions happening at the moment of speaking or around the present time.

Affirmative Form: Subject + am/is/are + present participle (-ing form of the verb) Example:

I am watching a movie right now.

They are playing basketball.

Negative Form: Subject + am not/is not/are not + present participle Example:

She is not studying for the test.

We are not going to the party.

Interrogative Form: Am/Is/Are + subject + present participle? Example:

Are you listening to me?

Is he sleeping?