Present Continuous Tense
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     The Present continuous of any verb is composed of two parts-the present tense of the verb to be +the present participle of the main verb,
 
     FORM : [am/is/are + present participle]
Examples:

 You are watching TV.
 Are you watching TV?
 You are not watching TV.

                                                

Summary

     The Present continuous of any verb is composed of two parts-the present tense of the verb to be +the present participle of the main verb,
 
     FORM : [am/is/are + present participle]
Examples:

 You are watching TV.
 Are you watching TV?
 You are not watching TV.

                                                

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