Online Learning English grammar

Present Continuous and Simple Present

To explain by video through slides and it is included worksheets and sample answers. The purpose of this course is to explain clearly the content of simple present and present continuous and compare both through exercise and examples. Since the present tense is the most and primary part of English Grammar, we have started to clarify during this lesson. By the next courses, more details of this part will be presented accordingly.Who this course is for:

  • Beginners and Primary School students
  • Introduction: This is an introduction of what you will learn and the worksheets you can get within this course.
  • Simple Present: The simple present tense is when you use a verb to tell about things that happen continually in the present, like every day, every week, or every month. We use the simple present tense for anything that happens often or is factual.
  • Present Continuous: The present continuous tense is formed with the subject plus the present particle form (-ing) of the main verb and the present continuous tense of the verb to be: am, is, are. One simple example of this tense is: She is driving, They are playing together.
  • worksheet: This lecture is included of some descriptive and multiple choice questions as well as a short reading comprehension. The learners would learn how to use present tense in different situations.
  • Sample Answers: Here, within this part, the learners will check some of their answers with previous worksheet I had provided.

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