How to Write Statements in Present Continuous Tense in English Language- Some Illustrations

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How to write statements in present continuous tense in English language- some illustrations

Summary:

The examples of sentences of present continuous tense in English language are presented here. Those are affirmative, negative and interrogative types in nature. Illustrations report the use of ‘Is’, ‘Are’, ‘Am’ and ‘Verb + ing’ in all, first, second and third persons (in both singular and plural) to understand application of fundamentals of translation.

Keywords:

Affirmative, ‘Is’, ‘Am’, Are, English, First persons, Interrogative, Language, Negative, Plural, Present continuous, Second persons, Singular, Tense, Third persons, Translation.

First person (Plural):

1. Affirmative: – I am using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

2. Negative: – I am not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

3. Interrogative: – Am I using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

4. Interrogative negative: – Am I not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

5. Interrogative: – Why am I using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

6. Interrogative: – Why am I not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

First person (Plural):

1. Affirmative: – We are using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

2. Negative: – We are not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

3. Interrogative: – Are we using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

4. Interrogative negative: – Are we not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

5. Interrogative: – Why are we using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

6. Interrogative: – Why are we not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

Second person (Plural):

1. Affirmative: – You are using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

2. Negative: – You are not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

3. Interrogative:- Are you using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

4. Interrogative negative: – Are you not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

5. Interrogative: – Why are we using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

6. Interrogative: – Why are we not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

Third person (Singular):

1. Affirmative: – He is using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

2. Negative: – He is not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

3. Interrogative: – Is he using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

4. Interrogative negative: – Is he not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

5. Interrogative: – Why is he using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

6. Interrogative: – Why is he not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

Third person (Plural):

1. Affirmative: – They are using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

2. Negative: – They are not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet.

3. Interrogative:- Are they using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

4. Interrogative negative: – Are they not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

5. Interrogative: – Why are they using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

6. Interrogative: – Why are they not using Google to find Jennifer’s favorite music on Internet?

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