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SPORTS AND PRESENT CONTINUOUS,

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Transcript of SPORTS AND PRESENT CONTINUOUS,

SPORTS AND PRESENT CONTINUOUS
Ana Maria Vallecilla Q.
Alejandra Segovia C.

SPORTS
PRESENT
CONTINUOUS TENSE
The present continuous is used to talk about something that is happening at the moment in which we speak. Time expressions such as "now", "right now" and "at the moment" indicate the present continuous.
Team sports and
individual sports

Both can be played or indoor or outdoor. We use PLAY for team games, for example:
I PLAY BASEBALL
. For individual sports, we use GO, for example:
I GO CLIMBING.
SWIMMING:
Nadar
PLAYING SOCCER:
Jugar fútbol.
CLIMBING:
Alpinismo
RAPPELLING:
Rappel
TAKING A BREAK:
Tomar un descanso
LIFTING WEIGHTS:
Levantamiento de pesas
JOGGING:
Correr, trotar.
LISTENING
AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCES
Pronoun
+
To be verb
+
Verb
+
ING
Ex:
She is eating ice cream.
NEGATIVE SENTENCES
Pronoun
+
To be verb
+
not
+
Verb
+
ING
Ex:
I am not driving your car.
INTERROGATIVE SENTENCES
To be verb (auxiliary)
+
Pronoun
+
Verb
+
ING
Ex:
Are you crying?
INDOOR
OUTDOOR
TEAM
INDIVIDUAL
VOLLEYBALL
ICE HOCKEY
SOCCER
BASEBALL
GYMNASTICS
DIVING
GOLF
SKATEBOARDING
STATIVE VERBS
Some English verbs, which we call state, non-continuous or stative verbs, aren't used in continuous tenses (like the present continuous, or the future continuous). These verbs often describe states that last for some time. Here is a list of some common ones:
Like: Gustar.
Hate: Odiar.
Think: Pensar, creer.
Prefer: Preferir.
Know: Saber, conocer.
Want: Querer.
Need: Necesitar.
Cost: Costar.
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