Present Continuous Tense
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The Present Continuous Tense - Lesson 8
The present continuous tense describes actions that are happening now and in the future.
The Present Tense vs. the Present Continuous Tense
This video shows some of the differences between the present tense and the present continuous tense in English.
Passive Voice, Present Continuous Tense
When the present continuous tense is in the passive voice it looks like this:
subject + (be) being + past participle. Example: You are being taught English.
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