Present progressive grammar
Present progressive - Present continuous
Present progressive (continuous) means: Something is happening now.
Form of the present progressive
to be (am, is, are) + infinitive + -ing
I am reading a book.
They are going for a walk.
Present progressive - (Present continuous) signal words
Simple present signal words: at the moment, at present, now, right now, still, today, tonight.
She is now sitting in the classroom.
They are right now reading a book.
Look! They are watching television.
Verbs like can, have, like and want don't form the present progressive.
Verbs with -e at the end
Example: to make - making
Present Progressive future meaning:
Jane is playing computer games
I'm watching a film tomorrow.
Sentences Present Progressive
listening to music.
looking for CDs.
wating for the taxi.
Present progressive questions
|Are||you||listening to music?|
|Are||we||looking for CDs|
|Are||you||waiting for the taxi?|
Examples: Questions present progressive
Yes, I am.
No, I'm not.
Present progressive negatives
Present progressive exercises
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