English Grammar

Present, Past and Future Continuous Tenses

The continuous tense shows an action that is, was, or will be in progress at a certain time. The continuous tense is formed with the verb ‘be’ + -ing form of the verb.

Questions to guide your thinking:

  1. What are continuous tenses?
  2. Give two examples of each of the following by writing complete sentences:
  • Present Continuous Tense
  • Past Continuous Tense
  • Future Continuous Tense.

Watch the videos as many times as you have to in order to understand the concept.

Can’t wait to see what you understood!

Happy learning!

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