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We are having a look at the differences in form and use of the present simple and present continuous, we have said that we use the present simple for habits (with frequency expressions and adverbs) and we use the present continuous to speak about the  time of speaking (after imperatives, with "now, right now, at the moment" and "today")

In the next chart you can see the form:
Aff.  Subject (you, we, you,they) +verb (V)
                       (he, she, it)  +Vs, es, ies
Aff. Subject (I) + (verb “to be”) am + Ving.
                        (he, she, it)  + is +Ving.
                        (we, you, they)+ are +Ving.
        Subject (you, we,they) +don’t+ verb                                                                       
                        (he, she, it)  +doesn’t +verb
Neg: Subject (I) + am + not + Ving.
                        (he, she, it)  + isn’t +Ving.
                        (we, you, they)+ aren’t +Ving
Int. Do + Subject (you, we, you,they)+verb…?
       Does + Subject (he, she, it)+ verb…?
Int: Am + I +Ving…?
       Is + he, she, it + Ving…?
       Are + we, you, they + Ving…?
Auxiliary  only in negative and interrogative: DO
Auxiliary in aff., neg. and int.: BE
 If you want to play some games to practise this, you can do it on:
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