What’s up everybody! It is nice to see you all here. My today’s post is about Present Continuous Tense. I know you all have learned and heard about this a couple of times, but this is important to be learned. Why? Because people often get confused between Simple Present Tense and Present Continuous Tense.
I hope this article will help all of you who are still confused about Present Continuous Tense.
What is Present Continuous Tense?
Present Continuous Tense is a tense which is used to tell about event that:
- Happen continuously
- Occur only at this time
- Occur in the future
- I am sitting on the sofa.
- He is going to have final tests.
- She is preparing a presentation at this moment.
(+) Subject + to be + V-ing
(-) Subject + to be + not + V-ing
(?) To be + Subject + V-ing
(+) Positive Sentence
(-) Negative Sentence
(?) Interrogative Sentence
(+) I am reading a newspaper right now.
(-) I am not reading a newspaper right now.
(?) Am I reading a newspaper right now?
Subject + to be
I – am
We, You, They – are
He, She, it – is
- Right now
- At the moment
- Look! / Listen!
- Look! The thieves are trying to sneak into the house.
- She is always working hard.
- I am sweeping the floor now.
Is it clear for you, readers? Do not hesitate to ask or leave comments. Thank you 😁