Learn the correct use of Present Continuous Tense
This video contains the correct use of present continuous tense and its structures with exercise.
Definition: The present continuous tense is generally used to refer to an action going on at the time of speaking.
Example: He is drawing something.
Sometimes, speakers use the Present Continuous Tense to indicate that something will not happen in the near future. This is interchangeable with the use of simple future tense.
- I am not going to the party tonight.
- Is he visiting his parents next weekend?
- Will he visit his parents next weekend?