PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE

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WELCOME TO THE PRESENTATION : 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE WELCOME TO THE PRESENTATION

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PRESENTED BY P. MOHANTY TGT ENGLISH JNV, MAYURBHANJ ORISSA SMITHA. K. S TGT ENGLISH JNV, MINICOY UT OF LAKSHADWEEP

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To develop an understanding about the structure. To develop knowledge about the structure. To apply the structure in different situations. To develop skills in listening, speaking, reading and writing. OBJECTIVES

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Form of Present continuous tense Positive Sentences Negative sentences Forming a Question When Do We Use Present Continuous Tense? Click The Correct Answer Assignment INDEX

LOOK AT THESE SCENES! : 

LOOK AT THESE SCENES! Hi! I am swinging.

Mary is arranging flowers. : 

Mary is arranging flowers.

Sarah, John and Kavitha are practising. : 

Sarah, John and Kavitha are practising.

The sentences we have seen are in Present continuous Tense. : 

The sentences we have seen are in Present continuous Tense. Eg: We are watching a project on Present Continuous now. Are you listening properly? I am not singing now.

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FORM OF PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE

Look at these examples! : 

Look at these examples!

Examples ( conti……) : 

Examples ( conti……)

Positive sentencesForm : 

Positive sentencesForm With first person singular subject ,I the auxiliary verb ‘am’ is used before the main verb + ing Eg : I am eating a chocolate. With first person plural subject ‘we’ and second person subject you’ and third person plural subjects like, ‘they, Ram and Sita, the auxiliary verb ‘are’ is used before the main verb+ ing Eg: We are playing in the garden. You are watching TV now. Ram and Sita are going to school. With third person singular subjects like he, she, it, Ram, Sita the auxiliary verb ‘is, is used before the main verb + ing Eg: He is running. She is washing the clothes. Ram is sleeping in the class. It is barking.

Negative SentencesForm : 

Negative SentencesForm In the present continuous tense negative sentences are formed using ‘not’ after the auxiliary verb. Examples I am not eating a chocolate. We are not playing in the garden. You are not watching TV now. He is not running. She is not washing clothes now. Ram is not sleeping in the class. It is not barking.

John is not eating ice-cream. : 

John is not eating ice-cream.

Look at these examples! : 

Positive sentence Negative sentence Contracted negative I am eating. I am not eating. I'm not eating. You are working You are not working. You aren't working. He is driving. He is not driving. He isn't driving. She is teaching. She is not teaching. She isn't teaching. It is raining. It is not raining. It isn't raining. We are reading. We are not reading. We aren't reading. They are writing. They are not writing. They aren't writing. Look at these examples!

FORMING A QUESTION : 

FORMING A QUESTION Yes/no questions are created by moving the verb BE to the beginning of the sentence. Eg: Am I eating a chocolate? Are we playing in the garden? Is Ram sleeping in the class? WH-questions are formed by moving the verb BE, and then adding the WH- word. What am I eating? Where are we playing? What is Ram doing in the class?

Are you listening properly? : 

Are you listening properly?

What is the eagle doing? : 

What is the eagle doing?

Now look at these examples! : 

Now look at these examples!

When do we use present continuous tense? : 

When do we use present continuous tense? For action happening exactly now. Eg: Robin is chasing the school bus.

Now look at these examples!Right now you are looking at these examples and at the same time : 

Now look at these examples!Right now you are looking at these examples and at the same time The candle is burning.

The numbers are spinning. : 

The numbers are spinning.

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The pages are turning.

b) for action happening around nowThe action may not be happening exactly now, but it is happening just before and just after now, and it is not permanent or habitual. : 

b) for action happening around nowThe action may not be happening exactly now, but it is happening just before and just after now, and it is not permanent or habitual. Eg: John is going out with Mary. Muriel is learning to drive. I am living with my sister until I find an apartment.

PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE FOR THE FUTURE : 

PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE FOR THE FUTURE We can also use the present continuous tense to talk about the future—if we add a future word!! We must add (or understand from the context) a future word. "Future words" include, for example, tomorrow, next year, in June, at Christmas etc. We only use the present continuous tense to talk about the future when we have planned to do something before we speak. We have already made a decision and a plan before speaking .

Look at this example! : 

Look at this example! Raju is going to receive his graduation next month.

Look at these examples: : 

Look at these examples: We're eating in a restaurant tonight. We've already booked the table. They can play tennis with you tomorrow. They're not working. When are you starting your new job? In these examples, we have a firm plan or programme before speaking. The decision and plan were made before speaking.

Click the correct answer : 

Click the correct answer 1. I _____ _______ cricket. a. am playing b. are playing c. is playing

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Click the correct answer! 2. Mrs. Rajani………… her sari. am not washing are not washing is not washing

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Click the correct answer! 3. ………they…………the garbage? a. Is…..removing b. Are…..removing c. Am ….removing

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Bravo Well Done

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Prepare well and try again

BIBLIOGRAPHY : 

BIBLIOGRAPHY ENGLISH READER CLASS: VIII OXFORD PRACTICE GRAMMAR INTERNET

ASSIGNMENTFill in the blanks selecting the right answer from the brackets : 

ASSIGNMENTFill in the blanks selecting the right answer from the brackets -----------they coming over for dinner? ( is, are, am) Maxwell-------- not sleeping on our sofa. (am, is, are) My mother-in-law is------- our house this week. (going, visiting, meeting) I am---------- my dinner right now.( taking, drinking, looking) My sister-------speaking Spanish. (am, is, are) I---------- at the hair salon until September. (am not going, is not going, are not going) We-------- at a fancy restaurant tonight. Jason decided this yesterday.( are taking, are meeting, are sleeping) Are they--------a new record shop.( stopping, starting, taking) Melissa is---------- down on her bed.( jumping, lying, sleeping)

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We are highly thankful to Navodaya vidyalaya Samiti for conducting this Microsoft Computer Training Programme. We are grateful to the venue Principal, Mr. S. B . Rao and other staff of Jnv, Mundali, Cuttack for providing all facilities. We extend special thanks to Microsoft Trainers, Mr. Rajiv Roy and Mr. Gyanaranjan Das. ACKNOWLEDGEMENT