- For Teachers
Do you like going to the cinema?- correct answer
"Like" is a non - continuous verb in English.
Thank you. RonBee. But, what if game is not finished (I have not complete all levels or someting)? Am I playing it or not?
What do you do on weekends?The second sentence is not an answer to the question (the first sentence). Instead, it is an answer to the question, "What are you doing?" Also, if you are playing the game your participation is ongoing as long as you are involved in the game.
I am playing the F.E.A.R. (though not at the moment).
I think there should not be two ing verbs in a sentence
There can be two -ing forms in sentence:
I was going swimming.
The first is a present participle (verb) and the second is a gerund.
hı everybody,present sımple ıs used for general habıts that ıs, for thıngs we regularly do.but progressıve ıs used when we do sth at that moment not regularly.
You're right, Carmenn, we do use the present progressive for future arrangements.