- What are you doing?
- I am reading a book (at the moment).
- What do you do on weekends?
- I am playing the F.E.A.R. (though not at the moment).
Is this right?
With the verb 'like', we rarely use the progressive form.
Thank you. RonBee. But, what if game is not finished (I have not complete all levels or someting)? Am I playing it or not?
Movie and movies are increasingly used here, too, though they used not to be. We also say the 'flicks' for cinema. ;-)
What about if it's something planned? Don't we have to use the present progresive? like in: ''We are having a party next sunday''The first one is okay. The second one is not. Use the present progressive ("I am doing it now") for things that are taking place at the time you are talking about them.