Present Continuous is used to describe an action that’s happening at the moment, but it’s also sometimes used to talk about a future plan.
The form of the Present Continuous is:
Positive: Am, is or are + verb + ing
Negative: Am not, isn’t or aren’t + verb + ing
Eg: " I am watching TV"
Unscramble the words in the sentences below and put them in the correct order. Good luck!
1: Joan / . / thinking/ He/ about / is /
2: next / Spain / . / My / is / brother / going / year / to /
3: anything / doing / you / ? / later / Are
4: tomorrow / . / shopping / am / I / going /
5: raining / outside / is / ./ a / It / lot
6: football / is / her / She / . / friends / playing / with
7: you / she / leaving / ? / Is
8: today / . / raining / isn’t / it
9: after / driving / am / home / work / I / .
10: . / She / speak / looking / is / ? / to / Should / me / at / I / her
11: TV / moment / watching / . / They / at / aren’t / the
By: Sebastian E’Silva, EC Cape Town