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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #12: Present continuous
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    Present continuous

    Present (BE + -ING)


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    - What are they doing?
    - They are playing football.


    Main use: action which is being done at the same moment.

    Syntax: Auxiliary BE (conjugated) + Verb ending in -ING

    I am playing football.
    You are playing football.
    He/She/It is playing football.
    We are playing football.
    You are playing football.
    They are playing football.


    Negation: I am not playing football, you are not playing football...

    Question: Am I playing football? Are you playing football? Is he playing football? ...


    Are they playing football?

    Long answers: Yes, they're playing football. No, they aren't playing football.
    Short answers: Yes, they are. No, they aren't.


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