Thursday, May 27, 2021

Present Continuous Tense Positive, Negative, Interrogative Sentences

Hi friends and my dear students!  In Spoken English Lesson - 6  I would like to share the topic of Present Continuous Tense Positive, Negative, Interrogative, Negative Interrogative Sentences. After reading this lesson, please practice in your daily life. We shall meet tomorrow in the next lesson. Please do me a favour by sharing this article with your friends, near and dear so they also utilize these Spoken English lessons. Thank you.... 

Present Continuous Tense Positive, Negative
Present Continuous Tense Positive, Negative

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Spoken English Lesson - 6

Present Continuous

Positive                                             Negative                                 

Radha is setting the table.                  Radha is not setting the table. 

I am preparing coffee.                        I am not preparing coffee.                           

We are speaking the truth.                 We are not speaking the truth.                

My son is learning chess.                   My son isn't learning chess.              

I am playing chess.                            I amn't playing chess.                       

She is feeling happy.                          She isn't feeling happy.            

Ravi is writing exam.                          Ravi is not writing exam.          

They are speaking English well.         They are not speaking English well.  

She is preparing for the exam.           She is not preparing for the exam.          

You are drinking coffee.                      You are not drinking coffee.                        

Interrogative                                     Negative Interrogative

Is Radha setting the table?                 Isn't Radha setting the table?

Am I preparing coffee?                       Amn't I preparing coffee?

Are we speaking the truth?                 Aren't we speaking the truth?

Is my son learning chess?                  Isn't my son learning chess?

Am I playing chess?                           Amn't I playing chess?

Is she feeling happy?                         Isn't she feeling happy?

Is Ravi writing exam?                         Isn't Ravi writing exam?

Are they speaking English well?         Aren't they speaking English well?

Is she preparing for the exam?           Isn't she preparing for the exam?

Are you drinking coffee?                     Aren't you drinking coffee?

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