THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE. play. At the moment I’m playing football. THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE. AFFIRMATIVE: Play. THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE. Is he playing football at the moment? No, he isn’t. He is running. THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE. INTERROGATIVE: Play. NEGATIVE: Play.
At the moment I’m playing football.
Is he playing football at the moment?
No, he isn’t. He is running.
She is drawing a picture at the moment
listen + ing = listening
die (-iey) + ing = dying
write + ing = writing
hop + p + ing = hopping
travel + l + ing = travelling
They are dancing right now.
They normally play tennis.
But this week they are skating.
3. Changing or developing situations.
4. Fixed arrangements in the near future.
Yesterday it was very sunny.
Today it’s raining more and more.
They are celebrating a party next weekend.
Now, at the moment, today, nowdays, this week.
They are throwing snowballs now