Progressive Forms (Grade 6)

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Progressive Forms

  • The present progressive form tells about an action that is continuing (or in progress) now. 
  • Use the helping verb am, is, or are followed by a present participle.
  • The past progressive form tells about an action that was continuing at an earlier time. 
  • Use the helping verb was or were followed by a present participle.

Progressive Forms Examples

  • I am counting the days until vacation.
  • I was reading about our destination.

Progressive Forms Worksheet

1. We (hope) that we can visit the famous fountains.
2. Last year, the park’s staff (repair) them all summer long.
3. People complained that the water (look) discolored.
4. Reports say that the fountains (attract) huge crowds.
5. My father (explore) other options just in case.
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    Mr. ‏El-Sayed Ramadan ‎ ‎

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