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PRESENT CONTINUOUS

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Laura Waldorf

on 29 September 2017

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PRESENT CONTINUOUS
USOS
Se utiliza para acciones que están ocurriendo en el momento en el que se está hablando.

Se forma con el verbo auxiliar “to be” y el gerundio (verbo principal acabado en -ing).


¿Cómo se forma?
Para formar el presente continuo se utiliza el verbo auxiliar “to be” conjugado en presente simple y el gerundio (infinitivo + “-ing”) del verbo.


Recordemos que el verbo “to be” es irregular:
Usaremos "am" para la primera persona del singular (I); "is" para la tercera persona del singular (he, she, it); y "are" para el resto de personas (you, we, they) + verbo principal acabado en -"ing".
1. Affirmative Sentences:

Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to be") +
gerundio (verbo principal acabado en "-ing").


Ejemplos:

- I am talking. (Estoy hablando.)
- He is eating. (Está comiendo.)
- They están learning. (Estaban aprendiendo.)
2. Negative Sentences:


Sujeto + verbo auxiliar ("to be") + “not” +
gerundio (verbo principal acabado en "-ing").


Ejemplos:

- I am not [I'm not] talking.
(No estoy hablando.)
- He is not [isn’t] eating.
(Él no está comiendo.)
- They are not [aren’t] learning.
(No están aprendiendo.)
3. Interrogative Sentences:


Verbo auxiliar ("to be") + sujeto + gerundio (verbo principal acabado en "-ing") + Question mark (?)

Ejemplos:

- Are you talking?
(¿Estás hablando?)
- Is he eating?
(¿Está él comiendo?)
- Are they learning?
(¿Están aprendiendo?)
4. Short answers:
I

he
she
it
Yes,
is.
Yes,
you
we
they
are.
4. Short answers:
I

he
she
it
you
we
they
isn't.
aren't.
No,
No,
Yes,
am.
No,
am not.
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