Skills

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Talking about here and now

Here are some sample phrases and sentences for talking about things happening around you.
See also: Free-English-Study: Talking about Here and Now
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1. What is Ms. Chan doing?

2. What is he doing?

3. What are you doing?

4. Who is singing that song?

5. Who is washing the dishes?

6. Where are you going now?


She is writing a letter.

He's playing hockey.

I'm reading a book.

Frank (is).

The children are.

I'm going to the library.


Oh. That's nice.

That's interesting.

Is it interesting?

Oh. It sounds good.

That's great.

Okay. Have fun.

For Conversation practice :

Situations : Talking about here and now

For an example of this in context, see

Writing : Describing Action in Progress

See also :

Grammar : Present Progressive Tense, Wh Questions

Textbook : New Interchange Intro, Chapter 5

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Last updated: 15 February, 2010 02:43:16