Present continuous tense Posted by Shoaib Yunus on May 10, 2019 Sorry, your browser doesn’t support HTML5 videos. Views: 404 0 Get Embed Code <video autoplay poster="https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/2394953380?profile=RESIZE_192X&width=188" controls> <source src="https://storage.ning.com/topology/rest/1.0/file/get/2394953213?profile=default" type="video/mp4"> Sorry, your browser doesn’t support HTML5 videos. </video> Tags: "#ec grammar", "#ec by ec members", tense, progressive, present Short video on Present continuous tense. You need to be a member of MyEnglishClub to add comments! Join MyEnglishClub Comments Shoaib Yunus July 17, 2017 14:20 Thanks a lot Lisa, you're such a gifted student, you will learn them in no time. Lisa July 17, 2017 6:50 Hi teacher shoaib, first , thank you share this great video. Actually, i have no idear about tense when i speak english. Everytime i made my boss who only can understand english very very confuse. i watched all of your video about tense introduction. i think they are very very helpful for me .i will try to use this in my english in the future. Best Regards, Lisa.li Mahboob l محبوب June 11, 2016 17:18 nice i follow your basic structure who you told us... Shoaib Yunus April 17, 2016 2:11 Thanks Robbie April 16, 2016 12:38 Well done, Teacher Shoaib! You've explained this lesson clearly. If I may add something Sir for the benefit of my fellow English learners. The present continuous tense is also used when we want to talk about an action in future arrangements and temporary situations. For example, 'I'm traveling to Barcelona next month'. Or 'David Beckham is playing for Manchester United tomorrow. There's always a future time expression when we want to use a sentence with present continuous tense referring to future plans. Many thanks for sharing your video! I hope you're having a nice time here! Cheers, Robbie This reply was deleted. ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Votes: 0 E-mail me when people leave their comments – Follow Related Videos Present Perfect continuous tense Present Simple vs Present Continuous - Learn English Tenses (Lesson 1) Future tense review - ESL British English Pronunciation English Grammar - Tenses overview - present, past, future, simple, continuous, progressive, perfect!