FUNCTIONAL ENGLISH

Name ID Faculty Topic : MUHAMMAD OSAMA : 53234 : Gul-Zehra : Present Simple Vs. Present Progressive (continuous)

PRESENT SIMPLE
Use for repeated action or daily routine or to
talk about something that is true in general.

PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
Use for something is going on at the time of speaking or to describe something temporary

PRESENT SIMPLE
Use for repeated action or daily routine or to
talk about something that is true in general.
• • • • • • I get up early in the morning, He plays cricket She cooks breakfast daily. We speak Urdu at home. They come here every Sunday Water boils at 100 Celsius

Structure : Subject + 1st Form of Verb

PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
Use for something is going on at the time of speaking or to describe something temporary.
• • • • • I m working on project He is sleeping She is preparing lunch We are watching movie You are learning functional English

Structure : Subject + 1st Form of Verb + ing

Present Simple
• I play cricket • He reads a book • She cooks breakfast daily • We speaks Urdu • They come here on every Sunday • Water boils at 100 Celsius

Present Progressive
• I m playing cricket • He is reading a book • She is cooking breakfast daily • We are speaking Urdu • They are coming here on every Sunday • Water is boiling at 100 Celsius

Present Simple
DO
• • • • • I You We They Plural Noun

/
DOES

Present Progressive

• He • She • It • Singular Noun

• Is • Am • Are

I play cricket I don’t play cricket Do I play cricket

He plays cricket He doesn't play cricket Does he play cricket

He is playing cricket He is not playing cricket Is he playing cricket

PRESENT PROGRESSIVE ( in Future meaning)
We can also use for present progressive for future meaning to talk about our plans or arrangement for the future
• • • • Pakistan is playing its last test match on Dec 12. Zahid is coming from UK on Sunday He is getting married next month I m going to Lahore next month

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