B02-4a-Pres Cont

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Present Continuous Tense : 

Present Continuous Tense

Present Continuous : 

Present Continuous

Uses : 

Uses 1) actions happening at the moment of speaking (now, at the moment) Time expressions for Present Progressive: Now Right now In this moment

Form: : 

am is are verb + -ing Form: Subject

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE : 

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE AFFIRMATIVE: Play

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE : 

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE Right now he is playing football. play

Form: : 

Form: am is are verb + -ing Subject not

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE : 

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE Right now he is not playing soccer. He is running.

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE : 

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE INTERROGATIVE: Play

Questions: : 

Questions: Am I playing soccer? Are you playing soccer?

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE : 

THE PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE INTERROGATIVE: Play I am … You are… He/she/it is… We are… They are…

WHAT IS SHE DOING? : 

WHAT IS SHE DOING? draw She is drawing a picture

4-2 SPELLING OF -ING : 

END OF VERB -ING FORM 13 4-2 SPELLING OF -ING ing e Rule 1 A CONSONANT + -e smil * b,c,d,f,g,h,j,k,l,m,n,p,q,r,s,t,v,w,x,y,z * example: DROP THE -e and ADD -ing

4-2 SPELLING OF -ING : 

14 4-2 SPELLING OF -ING ing A CONSONANT + -e DROP THE -e and ADD -ing din e Rule 1 example: END OF VERB -ING FORM

4-2 SPELLING OF -ING : 

15 4-2 SPELLING OF -ING a,e,i,o,u exception: do not double w, x, and y ONE VOWEL + ONE CONSONANT DOUBLE THE CONSONANT and ADD -ing ing Rule 2 * * sit t example: pay ying ? ing END OF VERB -ING FORM

4-2 SPELLING OF -ING : 

16 4-2 SPELLING OF -ING ing ONE VOWEL + ONE CONSONANT DOUBLE THE CONSONANT and ADD -ing ing Rule 2 plan n example: END OF VERB -ING FORM

4-2 SPELLING OF -ING : 

17 4-2 SPELLING OF -ING TWO VOWELS + ONE CONSONANT ADD -ing; DO NOT DOUBLE THE CONSONANT read ing Rule 3 example: END OF VERB -ING FORM

4-2 SPELLING OF -ING : 

18 4-2 SPELLING OF -ING TWO VOWELS + ONE CONSONANT ADD -ing; DO NOT DOUBLE THE CONSONANT sleep ing Rule 3 example: END OF VERB -ING FORM

4-2 SPELLING OF -ING : 

19 4-2 SPELLING OF -ING TWO CONSONANTS ADD -ing; DON’T DOUBLE THE CONSONANT brush ing Rule 4 example: END OF VERB -ING FORM

4-2 SPELLING OF -ING : 

20 4-2 SPELLING OF -ING TWO CONSONANTS ADD -ing; DON’T DOUBLE THE CONSONANT drink ing example: Rule 4 END OF VERB -ING FORM

Make –ing forms of each verb given. : 

Make –ing forms of each verb given. begin rub listen lie swim study happen get use admit try decide come put

–ing forms : 

–ing forms beginning rubbing listening lying swimming studying happening getting using admitting trying deciding coming putting

ACTIONS THAT ARE HAPPENING AT PRESENT (1) : 

ACTIONS THAT ARE HAPPENING AT PRESENT (1) They are dancing right now.

Slide 24: 

A man is riding a bike

Slide 25: 

The dog is walking.

Slide 26: 

Shruti ___________ the piano. is playing

Slide 27: 

The horse is running. The kangaroo is jumping.

4-1 Let’s Practice : 

28 4-1 Let’s Practice She _________. What is the girl doing? is reading read

4-1 Let’s Practice : 

29 4-1 Let’s Practice What is the girl doing? is painting She _________. paint

4-1 Let’s Practice : 

30 4-1 Let’s Practice What are the children doing? They _________. play are playing

4-1 Let’s Practice : 

31 4-1 Let’s Practice What is the boy doing? He _______. eat is eating

4-2 SPELLING OF -ING : 

32 4-2 SPELLING OF -ING She is sitting.

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