Present Continuous Common Mistakes

Revise present continuous tense with common mistakes worksheet

Present continuous is usually regarded as an easy tense. The meaning is quite simple. However, the forms of present continuous might be problematic among students. The forms of “to be” or the “-ing” form is the most common mistake. Also, when the present progressive is introduced after the present simple tense, they are often confused with their forms. Students sometimes try to write using the present simple conjugation.  

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