Me My sister Olga My brother Samuel My Grandfather Abelardo My Grandmother Julia My Grandmother Mercedes My Grandfather Jose Ma. Three Sons (My uncles) Three daughters (My aunts) Four Sons (My uncles) Three daughters (My aunts) Alma My mother Samuel My Father My sister in law Ana Son (my nephew) 2 daughters (my nieces) My family tree
Present Continuous This tense is used to express actions that you are doing in this moment. To form this tense you need to add the termination “ ing” to the verbs.
How to make the -ING form With many verbs, the you can simply add -ING to the end of the verb. However, with some verbs, you need to change the ending a little. Here are the rules: say - saying go - going walk - walking Add -ING [anything else] come - coming lose - losing live - living Remove E, then add -ING 1 vowel + 1 consonant + E swim - swimming hit - hitting get - getting Double the consonant, then add -ING 1 vowel + 1 consonant Examples How to make the -ING form Verb ending in...
Forming the present continuous tense This tense is formed using two components: the verb BE (in the present tense), and the - ING form of a verb. Here are the rules, using the example verb "sing": sing ing are They sing ing are We sing ing is It sing ing is She sing ing is He sing ing are You sing ing am I -ING FORM BE Subject
What are you do ing ? I am sleep ing . What are you do ing ? I’m paint ing . What are you do ing ? I’m driv ing . What are you do ing ? I’m play ing the violin. What are you do ing ? I’m singi ng.
What is your mother do ing ? She is play ing video games with my sister.
What is your sister do ing right now? She is work ing in Monterrey.
What is your father do ing right now? He is skat ing with my sister in Canada.
What is your uncle do ing ? He is listen ing to music in the laptop.
What are they do ing right now? They are danc ing salsa.
What are they do ing right now? They are hav ing a party.
What are your cousins do ing right now? They are eat ing ice cream.
Is your mother work ing right now? No she isn’t. She is rest ing in my house.
Is your sister play ing ? No she isn’t. Is she study ing ? Yes, she is study ing English.
Are they watch ing a movie? No, they aren’t. Are they eat ing a pizza? No, they aren’t. What are they do ing ? They are swimm ing in Vallarta.
Is your father work ing ? No, he isn’t. What is he do ing right now? He is play ing beisball.
Are they play ing video games? No, they aren’t. They are read ing a book.
Most families have dinner together. Many people travel to USA to get a job. Not many young people rent an apartment to live alone. Nearlly all families have two or more televisions at home. A lot of people move to Monterrey city to study at the college. Most of the young people get married by the age of 18. A few students work and study at the same time. All young people live with their families until they get married. Most people visit the square on weekends and get an ice cream. Nearlly all houses have an orange tree in the garden. Not many families have more than five kids. No one sell drugs in our town.
All Nearlly all Most Many A lot of Some Not many A few Few No one 100% 0% 1% - 10% 11% - 30% 31% - 49% 50% - 60% 61% - 70% 71% - 80% 81% - 90% 91% - 99% Quantifiers When people don’t know exact percentage of something, they use these words. All these quantifiers come before plural nouns excepts one NO ONE