English Grammar Class 3 Present Continuous Tense - Download Free PDF with Solution
One of the four varieties of the present tense is the present continuous tense. The exercises that are provided here will aid students in comprehending the present continuous tense. The exercises have been created by the experts of Vedantu so that students can practice them.
Present continuous tense worksheet for class 3 allows students to verify their tried solutions. Run through the exercises to see how many of you can respond properly. Students of all the boards can do the exercises listed below. Here are some examples of present continuous tense.
Sita is playing.
We are studying in the room.
I am studying.
As you can see in the above examples, the verb in the present continuous tense has two parts. The first part is an auxiliary verb (is, am or are). The second part is an –ing form. Let's have a look at where to use these helping verbs -
Use 'is' with a singular noun or pronoun. Examples include boy, girl, book, tree, country, pen, India, Rani, he, she, it, etc.
Use 'are' with a plural noun or pronoun. Examples: boys, girls, books, trees, countries, pens, you, we, they, etc.
Use 'am' with the first person singular pronoun 'I'.
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FAQs on English Grammar Class 3 Present Continuous Tense - PDF
1. What is tense for Class 3?
A tense determines the period associated with the occurrence of an action. There are three tenses: present, past, and future. It indicates the duration of the time when a particular incident happened.
2. Can we use all the verbs in the present continuous tense?
No, all the verbs can not be used in the continuous form. These are generally non-action verbs. They mainly describe emotions or the state of an action. For such verbs, present simple tense is used. For example:
3. What is the structure for writing a negative sentence in the present continuous tense?
To make negative sentences continuous, we change the auxiliary verb "to be" from positive to negative.
Subject + am/is/are + not + verb + ing
Raghav is not working.
Dad is not sitting on the couch.