Present Continuous

She is playing volleyball.

Japanese name: 現在進行形 (genzai shinkou-kei)

She is painting a picture.
Are you reading the newspaper now?

Present Continuous form, also known as Present Progressive, describes actions that are happening at the current moment. If a thing is currently occurring, it can be described with Present Progressive.

It’s constructed by adding –ing to the end of a verb. This construction is also used for gerunds, past progressive, and other grammar points, so make sure to correctly identify which of these forms you want to practice in an activity!

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