Wednesday, 19 March 2014


Affirmative sentences:

am playing volleyball.
He/she/it is playing volleyball.
We/you/they are playing volleyball.
NOTE: Use am with I - is with hesheit - and with all other pronouns are.
We often use short forms in affirmative sentences in the Present Progressive.

Negative sentences:

am not playing volleyball.
He/she/it is not playing volleyball.
We/you/they are not playing volleyball.


In the Present Progressive we put the auxiliary (am, are or is) before the subject
(Auxiliary - Subject - Verb - Rest).
Am I playing volleyball?
Is he/she/it playing volleyball?
Are we/you/they playing volleyball?

Links for exercises  

This one is a fantastic link. Try it!

What are they doing? (animated), by Elvira
Find this and other present continuous exercises in English Exercises .org


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