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15 Soal (Essay) Present Continuous Tense Beserta Jawaban

Kumpulan Soal (Esai/Uraian) Materi Present Continuous Tense

1. How do you make a negative sentence present continuous?

2. What is the rule of present continuous interrogative?

3. How do you teach present continuous?

4. Jelaskan tentang present continuous tense !

5. Tuliskan rumus present continuous tense!

6. What is present continuous tense and example?

7. When use present continuous tense?

8. What is the present continuous tense of have?

9. Which helping verb is used in present continuous tense?

10. Can we use enjoy in present continuous?

11. What verbs Cannot be used in present continuous?

12. How is present continuous tense formed?

13. What is present continuous negative?

14. How do you conjugate present continuous tense?

15. What are the keywords of present continuous?


1. Negative forms are used to talk about things that are NOT happening at the time of speaking. To create a negative statement with the present continuous, add "not" after the auxiliary "to be". The form is: Subject + Be + Not + Verb Gerund. He is not working very hard.

2. The present continuous, in its interrogative form, has this structure: To be + subject + [verb + -ing] + …?

3. Present Continuous Lesson Plan Example
1. Greet the class and talk about what is happening at the moment in class. ...
2. Ask students what they are doing at the moment to help them begin using the form. ...
3. Use a magazine or find pictures online and discuss what is happening in the picture.
4. 'Progressive' means the verb is in progress at the moment.
5. We often use progressive and simple together when a longer action is interrupted by a shorter action. 6. 'Continuous' means the verb is ongoing and sometimes is used for more descriptive purposes.

4. Present continuous tense adalah bentuk tense yang digunakan untuk menyatakan bahwa suatu aksi sedang berlangsung selama waktu tertentu pada waktu sekarang (present). Bentuk ini menunjukkan bahwa aksi tersebut terjadi sebelum (begins before), selama (is in progress at the present), dan berlanjut setelah (continues after) waktu atau aksi lainnya.

5. Untuk membentuk kalimat present continuous tense, kita harus menerapkan rumus be + present participle (-ing) pada kata kerja utama.
Bentuk Rumus Present Continuous Tense
1. Positif
(+) Subjek + be (am/is/are) + verb (-ing) + …
Contoh Kalimat:
She is sleeping right now
We are studying today
2. Negatif
(-) Subjek +be (am/is/are) + not + verb (-ing) + …
Contoh Kalimat:
She is not sleeping right now
We are not studying today
3. Interrogatif
(?) Be (am/is/are) + subjek + verb (-ing) + …?
Contoh Kalimat:
Is she sleeping right now?
Are we studying today?

6. The present continuous tense is formed with the subject plus the present particle form (-ing) of the main verb and the present continuous tense of the verb to be: am, is, are. One simple example of this tense is: He is swimming. ... Some other forms of this verb tense are: I am singing at church today.

7. The present continuous tense is a grammatical tense that can be used to describe when an action happened, or may happen. You can use it to describe both events that are happening in the present – right now, while you are talking about something, or in the future – something that may or will happen later on.

8. The present perfect continuous is formed using the construction has/have been + the present participle (root + -ing). ... Recently and lately are words that we often find with verbs in the present perfect continuous tense. Mia has been competing in flute competitions recently. (And she will continue to do so.)

9. The Present Continuous Tense is used for an action going on at the time of speaking. For example; she is singing (now), the boys are playing hockey. Present Continuous Tense is also called present progressive tense. Rules: Helping verb "is, are or am" is used before 1st form of verb with addition of "ing" in sentence.

10. Enjoy is a verb expressing emotion but it can be used in the continuous form. ... These verbs aren't usually used in continuous forms. He smells of cigarettes not 'He is smelling of cigarettes. '

11. Non-continuous Verbs
1. feeling: hate, like, love, prefer, want, wish.
2. senses: appear, feel, hear, see, seem, smell, sound, taste.
3. communication: agree, deny, disagree, mean, promise, satisfy, surprise.
4. thinking: believe, imagine, know, mean, realize, recognize, remember, understand.

12. Forming the present continuous
The present continuous of any verb is composed of two parts - the present tense of the verb to be + the present participle of the main verb.

13. The present continuous, in the negative form, is used to deny situations that are going on around the moment of speaking. When we use the present continuous in its negative form, we start with the subject followed by the verb to be and not and a verb that ends with -ing.

14. The present continuous (it can also be called present progressive) is basically formed by conjugating the auxiliary verb 'to be' in the present tense and the corresponding verb in the continuous form (ing-form / present participle).

15. They can give us clues about which tense to expect or to use. Some common signal words with present continuous are time words like “now”, “at the moment”, “this week” and “for the time being” and the words “Look!” and “Listen!” Look!