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English Grammar

Present Continuous Tense

We mostly use Present Continuous Tense to show the moment that the activities happen. Also, we can use the Present Continuous Tense to show the action that will happen in the future with one present continous tense which are Verb to be + Going to

Structure of Present Continuous Tense

Subject + be, is, am, are + V ing + (Object)

When do we use Present Simple Tense?

1. When the situation is happening at the moment.

  • John is talking to Marry.
  • Please be quiet. My kid is sleeping right now.
  • What are you doing?
  • He should be waiting for you at the restaurant at the moment.

2. When using the V ing "going" it means the the action will happen in the future.

  • I am going to be crazy soon.
  • He is going to talk to his boss tomorrow.
  • Are you going to fight him back?

Must know about Present Continuous Tenses

  • Present Continuous Tense is also called Progressive Tense

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