The present continuous tense is used to describe what you are doing right now. It can be referring to what is happening immediately, in the medium term, and in the longer-term. For example, "I am typing on my laptop (immediate), waiting for my husband to return from overseas (medium term), and training to be a teacher (long term)". You can see more examples in our English present continuous video lesson online.

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