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1. We are studying Spanish. 2. The teacher is talking. 3. My dad is working. 4. What are you reading?
When we talk about something that is happening right now, we use a special form called the present progressive
Examples: I am running. You are eating lunch. We are studying.
You need TWO PARTS: First, you say who IS doing the action I am… You are… He is… We are… They are…
Second, you change the main verb do indicate the “doing” of the sentence. This is the same as the “ing” form in English: eating… running…studying…talking…
In Spanish, to say who IS doing the action, use the correct form of ESTAR: estoy estamos estás está están
Next, take the main verb, drop the ending, then add: AR Verbs = -ando ER/IR Verbs = -iendo Example: Hablar = Hablando Comer = Comiendo
What are the –ndo forms of these verbs? cantar volver escribir aprender hacer pensar ver
Now, put estar together with the main verb: Estoy comiendo. Estás escuchando música. Ella está estudiando. La tortuga está caminando.
1. I am speaking Spanish. 2. Are you studying? 3. My dad is driving (manejar). 4. We are running. 5. My brothers are cooking pizza.
The Present Progressive is usually used for actions that are in progress. They are happening right now! Look at the difference: Yo hablo español. Yo estoy hablando español.
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