The present continuous (or present progressive) is a tense in English to talk about things in the present when you want to stress the duration of an action. You can also use this tense to talk about long actions or when the action is going on.
On this page, you have an exercise about forming positive sentences, negative sentences, and questions in the present continuous.
You can find the exercise below:
Present Continuous Mixed Exercise 3
Complete these sentences by filling in the correct form of the verb in the present continuous.
1.What (you, to dream) about?
2.Look! They (to hit) each other in the face. They (also, to threaten) one another.
3.It (not, to work) like this.
4.You (not, to eat) healthy so you will not get old.
5.(you, to deal) any drugs? No! I (to sell) lemonade.
6.How (you, to feel) right now? I (to do) alright I guess.
7.Where (he, to hide)? He (not, to hide), but he (to run) away.
8.I (not, to lose) because I never lose a game.
9.They (to pay) for dinner. They (to tell) us how much they love us.
10.Why (you, to shake) this tree?
- Exercise 1
- Exercise 2
- Negative Exercise 1
- Negative Exercise 2
- Questions Exercise 1
- Questions Exercise 2
- Mixed Exercise 1
- Mixed Exercise 2
- Mixed Exercise 4
- Mixed Exercise 5