Present Continuous Tense: I am singing- Am I singing?- I’m not singing.
We often use the present continuous tense in English. It is very different from the simple present tense, both in structure and in use. In this lesson we look the structure and use of the present continuous tense, followed by a quiz to check your understanding: Continuous tenses are also called progressive tenses. So the present progressive tense is the same as the present continuous tense.
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