PRESENT CONTINUOUS, Question, Affirmative, Negative, a video at the moment…
do we use it for?
We use it to talk about things happening now or around the time of speaking.
do we use it?
'+ VERB TO BE
'+ VERB WITH -ING
Some verbs aren't normally used in the continuous form. For example:
believe, know, understand, remember, want, need, mean, like, hate
These commonly refer to
of the person, they imply a longer period of time
some milk. David
Time expressions for present continuous (present or temporary): today, tonight, this afternoon, this weekend, right now, at the moment.
Short answers (Yes/no + subject + verb to be)
Yes, they are.
No, they aren't.
a video at the moment
Can you think of other examples? What is your family doing right now?
Evening: from 5 to 8PM
I am watching TV at the moment.
-ing : -ando/ -endo
are my brothers watching a video at the moment?
My mother is reading a book.
My father is going to his home.
My sister is playing with her children.
My sister is working at the police station.
Where are you eating at night?