70 Present Continuous Tense Example Sentences

70 Present Continuous Tense Example Sentences

Present Continuous Tense

The Present Continuous Tense, which is the most widely used tense form among English grammar topics, usually describes events and situations that occur at the time of speaking. Other situations where it is used in addition are as follows:

  • A situation or event that continues for a long time.
  • Plans to be realized very soon.
  • An event or situation that has changed and continues to change.

As one of the Present Continuous Tense rules, there is an auxiliary verb between the subject and the verb in the sentence, and the verb always takes the suffix “-ing”.

Structure of Positive, Negative, and Question Sentences by Subject

In affirmative sentences, the subject “I” takes the auxiliary verb “am” and “she/he/it” takes the auxiliary verb “is”. Subjects “you/we/they” have the auxiliary verb that is “are”.

  • I am talking to you right now.
  • She is calling out to you.
  • They are coming here now.

Auxiliary verbs belonging to the subjects in negative sentences take the suffix “not”, thus giving the sentence a negative meaning.

  • I am not studying for the exam today.
  • He is not coming here today.
  • We are not working today.

Auxiliary verbs are placed at the beginning of the sentence to form question sentences.

  • Are you coming here?
  • Is he doing his homework?

70 Present Continuous Tense Example Sentences

1. You are not sleeping now.

2. They have been arguing.

3. You see, I’m eating.

4. My mother is coming home.

5. What are you doing now?

6. The fans are shouting with joy.

7. He is not working very hard.

8. I’m not watching TV right now.

9. Children are playing in the park.

10. What is Mr. Samuel doing?

11. The company is doing well this year.

12. Birds are chirping in the trees.

13. We are printing a new book.

14. You look sad. Why are you crying?

15. She is playing football.

16. People are waiting for the plane to take off.

17. She is not going with you.

18. I’m going to the doctor right now.

19. I am not giving it back to you.

20. Many workers are participating in sports.

21. You are not doing that, right?

22. I’m driving right now, see you later.

23. They are playing basketball.

24. The bus is coming, be quick.

25. I am meeting some friends after work.

26. My father is trying to fix the car.

27. I am becoming better at sitting exams.

28. He is not writing a letter.

29. I’m trying to fix the computer.

30. She is not going with you.

31. They are trying to understand the code.

32. They are running now.

33. My father trying to fix the broken leg of the chair.

34. Are you not talking?

35. She is reading a book.

36. I am not giving it back to you.

37. My father is flying to Madrid next month.

38. My son is currently studying.

39. We are’t going.

40. It is not helping to me, please stop it.

41. He is trying to do his homework.

42. The secretary is trying to prepare the report.

43. He isn’t working on Monday.

44. Mom and Dad are playing tennis.

45. The train is moving, hurry up.

46. Players are fighting hard to win the match.

47. I am exercising in the park.

48. It is not helping to me, please stop it.

49. We are sitting at the cafe with friends.

50. Are you playing football?

51. The old man is watering the garden.

52. He is shopping at the market.

53. Mary is sitting next to me.

54. The mechanic is trying to fix the engine.

55. I’m walking my dog.

56. The sun is shining, and the birds are singing.

57. We’re currently travelling around London.

58. I’m preparing dinner for you.

59. We are not sleeping.

60. We are eating meat now. It is delicious!

61. I’m not playing football this weekend.

62. Hurry up! The bus is leaving.

63. You are listening music.

64. Is it raining outside?

65. The students are watching the football match.

66. I am helping my father.

67. Alex is going to a new school next term.

68. We are moving to London.

69. The plane is leaving, we’re late.

70. They are not coming, sorry.