Here are some examples of Present Continuous Tense.
I am sitting in front of a computer.
I am working on a new picture.
I am looking at a computer screen.
I am wearing a pair of jeans and a T-shirt.
Are you listening to me?
It is getting late.
I am feeling tired.
I am logging off now.
Conjugation of verb “to sit” in present continuous tense
I am sitting
You are sitting.
He is sitting.
She is sitting.
We are sitting.
You (plural) are sitting.
They are sitting.
Do not confuse Present Continuous Tense (I am sitting) with Present Simple Tense (I sit).
Look at the conjugation of the verb “to sit” in present simple tense.
You (plural) sit.
Present Continuous tense in a Real Conversation – 1
Listen for these phrases in a real conversation at this link: 1. Meditation and Addiction[audio:addiction.mp3]
Present Continuous tense in a Real Conversation – 2
Which phrase did you hear?[audio:christiania.mp3]
they are sitting by the lake – they are not sitting by the lake
they are going hard against them – they are being easy on them
it is fading away – it is not fading away
they are fighting it – they are not fighting it
Talking about Food and Cooking
Link to the conversation: Miyako part 24
What is happening?
I am cooking.
What are you making?