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What are you doing?
Reflecting Reflecting on on Language Language
The Present Continuous Tense is used to: 1. a) express actions happening at the moment of speaking. 1. a) express actions happening at the moment of speaking. Eg. I’m teaching now.
1.b) refer to actions that are happening about the moment of speaking. Eg. I’m practicing for the match these days.
2. Refer to actions that are going to take place in the near future. Eg. I’m cleaning my house on Saturday. Eg. She is cooking chicken for dinner next Sunday.
Form He is eating now. Subject Verb To Be Action Verb + (-ing) TimeExpression
Expressions of time now at the moment at present
Spelling –ss,-h,-ch,-x, -o: -es: kiss-kisses, brush-brushes, teach- teaches,fix- fixes, go-goes. consonant + y: eliminate –y and take –ies: try – tries. vowel + y: take-s: buy-buys. Verbs ending in:
Spelling swim - swimming walk- walking sit- sitting wait-waiting travel- travelling BUT Cuando el verbo termina en una vocal acentuada entre consonantes o termina en -l, se dobla la consonante:
Spelling lie – lying die-dying –e, eliminate –e : write- writing -ie,eliminate –ie, and take –y: Verbs ending in:
Complete the answer: Bob____ cooking spaghetti because he always cooks spaghetti on Wednesday.
Possible answer: Bob is cooking spaghetti because he always cooks spaghetti on Wednesday.
Select the correct alternative.
They refer to: They refer to: a.Frequent and regular activities. b. The activities occurring at the moment of speaking. c. Past activities.
They refer to: They refer to: a.Frequent and regular activities. b. The activities occurring at the moment of speaking. c. Past activities. Possible answer
What are they doing? 1 2 3 5 4 6 7
1.He’s cutting the grass. 2. They’re rowing a boat. 3. They’re swimming. 4. She’s kneating.
5. He’s gardening. 6. She’s dancing. 7. They’re picking fruits.
EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES AND FUTURE EVENTS
PRESENT CONTINUOUS EVERYDAY ACTIVITIES. AFFIRMATIVE FORM STRUCTURE SUBJECT + PRESENT VERB TO BE + VERB – ING + COMPLEMENTS EXAMPLES SHE IS WRITING A LETTER.
Intermediate 1 ESOL Grammar Verbs: The Correct Tense
THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE
Present Tenses Present Simple Present Continuous Present Perfect
Spelling Rules for the Present Progressive Tense
LET` S LEARN ABOUT PRESENT PROGRESSIVE FOR FUTURE.
Present Progressive Tense
Present Continuous Tense
PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE Vs. Present Continuous Tense
Week 2 Grammar PRESENT CONTINUOUS. I am standing in front of my students. We are listening to Ms. Piper in class. My daughter is talking on the.
THE PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE (Affirmative) She watches TV after dinner every day.
Simple Present Tense. The Third Person Spelling Rules Third person pronouns are: He - She - It They represent a singular subject (my friend, the boss,
Both THE PRESENT PERFECT and THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS talk about something which started in the past and: either has a result in the present: He.
Tell me about yourself Review Well, my name is….
Present Continuous Tense We use the present continuous tense to talk about things that are happening around the time we are doing, thinking or talking.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS AFFIRMATIVE STATEMENTS examples what’s happening PRESENT CONTINUOUS NEGATIVE STATEMENTS examples what isn’t happening RULES practice.
The Present Progressive The present progressive is used to describe actions that take place now, in the present.
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