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English Grammar

Present Continuous Verb Tense


Present Continuous Verb Tense - is used to for actions that are happening

Now - at the time of speaking

  • I am going to the store now.
  • We are eating now.
  • The girls are sleeping now.

Temporary Actions - actions that are not permanent

  • I am learning to drive a car. I hope soon I will have my drives license.
  • My dog is growing very fast. In a few months she will stop growing.
  • We are painting the house. It will take a few weeks.

Planned Future Actions - actions that are planned for the future

  • We are going to the mall next week.
  • My sister is not going to school on Friday.
  • The girls are going to the beach this weekend.

Present Continuous Verb Tense Chart

Present Continuous Verb Tense Exercise


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Present Simple Verb Tense - Negative Sentences

Present Simple Verb Tense Negative Sentences Quiz

Present Simple Verb Tense Questions

Present Simple Verb Tense Questions Quiz

Present Simple Tense

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Present Simple Tense Chart

Present Simple Tense Quiz

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Present Simple Tense "to be" Chart

Present Simple Verb To Be Quiz #1

Present Simple Verb To Be Quiz #2

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Present Continuous Tense

Present Continuous Tense

Present Continuous Tense Chart

Present Continuous Tense Quiz

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Present Perfect Tense Chart

Present Perfect Tense Quiz

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Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense Chart

Present Perfect Tense vs. Present Perfect Continuous Verb Tense