Present Continuous – Drag and Drop
Before playing the game
We use the Present Simple to talk about routines – what you do every day or every week.
We use the Present Continuous to talk about things you are doing now.
I watch cartoons every day.
I’m watching a film now.
I play tennis every Sunday.
I’m playing hockey now.
She eats fruit every day.
She’s eating an apple now.
For the present simple, add ‘s’ or ‘es’ for he/she/it. Make the negative with ‘don’t’ or ‘doesn’t’. For the present continuous, use the verb ‘to be’ and ‘-ing’. Add ‘not’ to make the negative.
My dad makes dinner every evening. He doesn’t make lunch.
We are studying English now. We aren’t studying maths.
Drag and drop the words to form a Present Continuous sentence!