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Present Continuous Tense which is often called as Present Progressive Tense. First form of verb with ‘ing’ means present participle is used with Singular & Plural Subjects. Singular Subjects are he, she, it and single name. Plural Subjects are I, We, They, You and many things.

Present Continuous Tense

Helping Verbs and form of verb of Present Progressive Tense

Helping verbs —————————>

Form of Verb —————————>

Is, Am & Are

1st form of verb (with ing used for all Subjects)

Identification & Formation

Affirmative Sentences (positive)

SubjectHelping VerbVerbObject
SheishelpingAyesha
Theyarereadingbook
Iamplayingvolley ball

Negative Sentences (negative)

SubjectHelping Verbnot VerbObject
SheisnothelpingAyesha
Theyarenotreadingbook
Iamnotplayingvolley ball

Interrogative Sentences (question)

Helping VerbSubjectVerbObjectPunctuation Mark
AreyouhelpingAyesha?
Ishereadingbook?
AmIplayingvolley ball?

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#1. ______ we arguing with the teacher?

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#2. Are they ______ clothes?

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#3. Is ______ not riding a horse.

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#4. Am ______ coming to our home?

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#5. Young ______ not clapping and dancing.

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#6. Helping verbs used in Present Continuous Tense are:

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#7. The structure of Present Continuous Tense is:

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#8. First Form of Verb with ing is:

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#9. Are ______ helping him to do the task.

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#10. Am I ______ on the bridge?

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present continuous tense

English Tenses

Present

Present Indefinite Tense

Present Continuous Tense

Present Perfect Tense

Present Perfect Continuous Tense

Past

Past Indefinite Tense

Past Continuous Tense

Past Perfect Tense

Past Perfect Continuous Tense

Future

Future Indefinite Tense

Future Continuous Tense

Future Perfect Tense

Future Perfect Continuous Tense

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