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Look at the pictures and say what people are doing.
Use these verbs: carry, paint, play, ride, take
Use these objects: a bicycle, a parcel, a photo, a picture, basketball
► He’s riding a bicycle.
Rachel is in the computer room at college. Complete her conversation with Andrew. Put in a present continuous form of the verb.
Andrew: What are you doing? (you / do)
Rachel: I’m writing (I / write) a letter to a friend. He’s a disc jockey. Vicky and I (try) to organize a disco.
Andrew: That sounds a lot of work. How (you / find) time for your studies?
Rachel: Well, as I said, Vicky (help) me. (we / get) on all right. (we / not / spend) too much time on it. (it / not / take) me away from my studies, don’t worry about that. Oh, sorry, (you / wait) for this computer?
Andrew: Yes, but there’s no hurry.
Rachel: (I / correct) the last bit of the letter. I’ve nearly finished.
What can you say in these situations? Add a sentence with the present continuous.
Example: A friend rings you up in the middle of ‘Neighbours’, your favourite soap opera.
Is it important? I’m watching ‘Neighbours’.
1- A friend is at your flat and suggests going out, but you can see rain outside.
I don’t want to go out now. Look,
2- A friend rings you up at work.
Sorry, I can’t talk now.
3- You want to get off the bus, but the man next to you is sitting on your coat.
4- A friend wants to talk to you, but you have just started to write an important letter.
Can I talk to you later?
5- You have been ill, but you’re better now than you were.
I’m OK now.