Forming Sentences in Present Continues Tense

PRESENT CONTINUES TENSE

In our “Forming Sentences in Present Continues Tense” tutorial we will teach how to form sentences in Present Continues Tense easily.

GRAMMAR IN CONTEXT

Read the following text and pay attention to the colored text.

I am attending to a meeting today. Because, I have a job application. I got up very early. Then, I wore my best clothes. Now, I am on the way to my meeting. I am counting my steps to the application saloon. Why? Because, I am very excited. I didn’t forget anything. However, I am still trembling like a flower. It is a very important meeting for me. I am on my way. I am going to my job application meeting. yes, I am attending a meeting today.

We use present continues tense for the actions continuing at the time of speaking.

I am doing my homework.

He is listening to music.

She is preparing for the class.

It is barking in the garden.

We are helping each other.

You are speaking in English.

They are participating to the party.

Let’s remember Those:

I am…………………

He/She/It is………………..

We/You/They are…………………….

To Make Questions in Present Continues Tense

To make a question We simply change the position am/is/are and subject

I am doing my homework.

X

Am I doing my homework?

He is listening to teacher.

X

Is he listening to teacher?

To make a Negative Sentence

To make a negative we simply add “not / n’t” after am/is/are

I am not doing my homework.

(or short form – I’m not doing my homework.)

We are not listening to teacher.

(.. We aren’t listening to teacher.)

Forming Sentences in Present Continues Tense
TO FORM POSITIVES
SUBJECT AM/IS/ARE VERB(ING) OBJECT COMPLEMENTARY PART
TO FORM NEGATIVES
SUBJECT AM/IS/ARE NOT VERB(ING) OBJECT COMPLEMENTARY PART
TO FORM QUESTIONS
AM/IS/ARE SUBJECT OBJECT COMPLEMENTARY PART?

 

Example Sentences in Present Continues Tense

Positive:

  • I am attending to the meeting.
  • He is preparing for his Math exam.
  • She is writing a new blog post.
  • It is standing over there.
  • We are planning to go abroad.
  • You are drinking your tea.
  • They are meeting every Tuesday.

Negative:

  • I’m not attending to the meeting.
  • He isn’t preparing for his Math exam.
  • She isn’t writing a new blog post.
  • It isn’t standing over there.
  • We aren’t planning to go abroad.
  • You aren’t drinking your tea.
  • They aren’t meeting every Tuesday.

Interrogatives: (Yes/No questions and giving answers)

  • Am I attanding to the meeting?

Yes, you are (attending to the meeting.)

No, you aren’t (attending to the meeting.)

  • Is he preparing for his Math exam?

Yes, he is (preparing for his Math exam.)

No, he isn’t (preparing for his Math exam.)

  • Is she writing a new blog post?

Yes, she is (writing a new blog post.)

No, she isn’t (writing a new blog post.)

  • Is it standing over there?

Yes, it is (standing over there.)

No, it isn’t (standing over there.)

  • Are we planning to go abroad?

Yes, we are (planning to go abroad.)

No, we aren’t (planning to go abroad.)

  • Are you drinking your tea?

Yes, I am (drinking my tea.)

No, I’m not (drinking my tea.)

  • Are they meeting every Tuesday?

Yes, they are (meeting every Tuesday.)

No, they aren’t (meeting every Tuesday.)

Interrogatives with Wh_ Question words

I am attending to the meeting alone for my job application at the new saloon today.

  • What am I attending today?

You are attending to the meeting.

  • Who is attending to the meeting?

You are attending to the meeting.

  • Where am I attending to the meeting?

You are attending to the meeting at new saloon.

  • Why am I attending to the meeting?

Because, It is about your job application.

  • When am I attending to the meeting?

You are attending to the meeting, today.

  • How am I attending to the meeting?

You are attending to the meeting alone.

 

 

 

Forming Sentences in Present Continues Tense

If we manage “Forming Sentences in Present Continues Tense” we can communicate in English. We simlpy need 200 words knowledge and our body language and gestures.

That is the 200 most frequently used English words

MOST FREQUENTLY USED 200 WORDS IN ENGLISH

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