What are you doing now? 1. actions happening at the moment of speaking (now, at the moment) I am waiting for you in the car, hurry up! Temporary but continuous actions can also be expressed using present continuous tense. Present continuous tense is used to describe activities that we do at the very moment of speaking. The Present Continuous is used when we talk about something which is happening now or around now. Present Continuous Tense Exercise Present Continuous (progressive) Tense mixed exercises with answers to learn and practice one of the most basic verb tenses of English language. ⬤ 2- Longer and temporary actions. He is working in the office. – I’m drinking tea. I am listening to music now. Present continuous. Present progressive : worksheets, lessons, printable exercises pdf, handouts, grammar notes. Some grammar books also call this tense the Present Progressive. Are you crying?