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Notes on present continuous

A present continuous verb always includes:
is (singular) or are (plural) or could/should/would/may be

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an -ing verb
Examples
  • People are now having children later in life.
  • The company is changing its marketing approach.
  • The company should be changing its marketing approach.

The present continuous tense is also known as the present progressive tense.

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