The present continuous, also called the present progressive, is one of the present
tenses used in modern English, the others being the simple present and the ...
The present progressive is formed by combining the verb “to be” with the present
participle. (The present participle is merely the “-ing” form of a verb.).
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Formation of affirmative / negative sentences and questions in present
Use, Form and Examples in Present Progressive. ... Form. to be (am, are, is) +
Infinitiv + -ing. 4. Examples. 4.1. Affirmative sentences in the Present Progressive
Forming the present continuous The present continuous of any verb is composed
of two parts - the present tense of the verb to be + the present participle of the ...
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The present continuous tense is formed from the present tense of the verb be and
the present participle (-ing form) of a verb: Use 1. We use the present ...
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