The present progressive tense is used for an activity taking place at the moment of speaking.
are + going
is + going
Examples of The Present Progressive Tense
Q: Are you writing or typing ?
A: I’m typing.
Q: What are you doing here ?
A: I’m making coffee.
Look at them ! They are dancing perfectly.
Q: Are you a spiking?
A: No, I’m not. I am singing.
Q: Am I now typing ?
A: Yes, you are typing.
Q = Question A = Answer
|What are you doing ?||I’m typing on my keyboard.
I’m listening music.
I’m learning English.
I’m reading web content.
The present progressive is also used for a present activity which requires a shorter or a longer period of time.
She is writing first letter now.
His son is studying English language.
I’m reading a most interesting history book.
She’s making plans how to bake a cake.
The present progressive tense is used for an action characteristic of the subject.