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Progressive Form



The progressive form is a verb form that indicates an ongoing action or state in progress.


It is formed by combining the verb "to be" with the present participle (-ing form) of the main verb.


Here are four examples of how you can use the progressive form in writing:

  1. To describe an ongoing action:

  2. To express a temporary state or action:

  3. To describe an action happening at a specific time:

  4. To emphasize the duration of an action:


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