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Present Continuous

Present continuous describes what’s happening right now.

It’s also commonly used to describe future intentions.

Active voice:

  • I’m coming to get you.
  • You’re getting a raise.
  • The doctor is now accepting new patients.
  • We are seeing her right now.
  • They are fixing it at the moment.

  • Next week, we’re starting a new project.
  • Q. What are you doing next year? A. I’m going to college.

Passive voice:

  • New patients are now being accepted.
  • You're being given a raise.
  • She is being seen right now.
  • It is being fixed at the moment. At the moment, it is being fixed.