Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 1 Present simple and present continuous (1)

What is the structure of simple present tense?
When do we use the simple present tense?
What is the structure of present continuous tense?
When do we use the present continuous tense?

  • We use the present simple (do/does) to describe things that are always true.
  •  We use the present continuous (am/is/are doing) to talk about particular actions that have begun but have not ended at the time of speaking.
  •  We often use time expressions such as at the moment, at present, currently, just, and still to show that the action is happening now.
  •  We often use time expressions such as at the moment, at present, currently, just, and still to show that the action is happening now.
  •  We also use the present continuous to talk about long-term changes.
  • Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 1 Present simple and present continuous (1)

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