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© Capital Community College English Grammar Simple Present VS Present Progressive Simple Present VS Present Progressive
Simple Present VS Present Progressive Simple PresentPresent Progressive Form I, You, They, We (Verb) He, She, It (Verb + s/es) I am He, She, It is + verb + ing You, We, They are Usage 1. Facts The earth rotates around it self. 2. Habits He usually travels to London 1. An action that is happening now She is reading a story now. 2. Are happening temporarily, for a limited period of time Salim is taking world history this year.
Simple Present VS Present Progressive Simple PresentPresent Progressive Tense Words always usually sometimes often every rarely frequently never now at the moment in the present Look! Listen!
Simple Present VS Present Progressive Simple PresentPresent Progressive Negative do not Subject+ + verb does not I don’t like science. He doesn’t like science am Subject + is not + verb + ing are She isn’t studying now. They aren’t studying now. Yes/No Questions Do + subject+ verb Does Do you like football? Does she like football? Am Is + subject + verb + ing Are Is She studying now? Are They studying now? Wh. Questions do Question word + +subject+ verb does Where do you live ? Where does she live? am Question word + is + subject + verb + ing are What is She doing now? What are They doing now?
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