Present continuous tense

 Present continuous tense is used to describe actions or events that are currently happening or in progress. It is formed by using the present participle (-ing) form of the main verb and the auxiliary verb "to be" (am, is, are) in the present tense. 


For example: 

- The kids are playing in the park. (present continuous)

- I am studying for my test. (present continuous)

The present continuous tense can also be used to describe future events that have been planned or arranged. 

- They are traveling to Europe next month. (future in present continuous)

It can also be used to express annoyance or dissatisfaction with something that is currently happening. 

- She is always interrupting me when I'm talking. (annoyance in present continuous)

Overall, the present continuous tense is helpful when describing things that are happening in the moment or will happen in the near future.

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