Unit 22: PRESENT CONTINUOUS
Formation (be + -ing form)
I am driving this quad to the first aid trailer.
The bosses are meeting me there.
They aren't coming out to the field.
They are timing my trip.
Are you working on line today?
How are you making out?
Who is taking over your shift?
They aren't going into the city?
Why aren't they driving there?
NOTICE: For spelling problems with the -ing form of the verb, look at Appendix 6.
Be quiet! The site manager is speaking.
They are discussing some major changes.
What are you planning to do?
She is staying at the work camp.
He isn't claming his expenses.
Stop! The truck is sliding!
The roads on this pipeline are getting muddier.
EXAMPLE: We are leaving for the site in the morning.