what is continuos tenes

- The continuous tenses refer to an action or state of being that is 'going on' or 'continuous'.
- We add '-ing' to the base form of the verb in the continuous tense.
- The sentence in continuous tense is formed as: subject+ correct form of 'to be' + verb in 'ing' form.
- There are three continuous tenses:
1.  Present continuous: I am eating a cookie.
2. Past continuous: They were sleeping under the mango trees.
3. Future continuous: You will be going to the market.

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continuous tense is that we r still doing..eg. I am cooking.....in this we add ing to the verb
ing+verb form=continuous tense
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