Present Continuous Interrogative

By in Grammar on June 22, 2016

Please choose the correct form of the verb in Present Continuous for a meaningful sentence.

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Use

1. We use the present continuous, in its interrogative form, to ask about consistency of the events.

2. We use the present continuous, in its interrogative form, to ask about changes and tendencies.

3. When expressed in its interrogative form, it is used to ask questions about short finished actions and events that occurred.