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English VERB practice - Present continuous tense

Present continuous - ing

Present continuous is for verbs that are happening now or near the time of speaking. The verb has started but is not finished yet.

I’m doing
he/she/it is doing
we/they are doing

* I’m making my English blog. = Now (at the time of writing) I started to make this blog but I haven’t finished writing it yet.

It’s raining, could you please close the window?” = Now rain is falling.

A: “Let’s call Kevin!”
B: “It’s only 7:00 am, I think he is sleeping.”

“My teacher is yelling at me because I don’t pay attention in class, but I’m not listening.”

“With the Internet the world is becoming very small.”

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