Usage examples Tenses with Present meaning
Lilly is not answering her phone, I am worried.
Anna resembles her grandmother very much.
Has Lola been running for an hour already?
My mother never goes to bed before eleven pm.
They are doing absolutely stupid things!
We often eat healthy food.
Where do you go every Sunday morning?
I don't think you should buy this bag.
My grandparents have been travelling for two weeks.
Is your mother doing the washing-up now?
I am not doing anything right now.
My dad has been learning Finnish for five years.
I am thinking about our holiday now.
Lucy has not been calling me for a month.
We have been living in this house for seven months.
They have not been talking to us for a week.
We have not been living in London for two years.
Jack is not reading, he is playing computer games now.
How long has James been playing the guitar?
My friend drinks five cups of coffee every day.
I am going to the supermarket, do you need anything?
They are not cooking at the moment.
Have you been waiting here long?
Alice is studying, call her later.
Does Susan go to university three times a week?
It is not snowing, we can go!
How often do they go to the gym?
How long have you been living in Paris?
What does Emily do in her free time?
Tom is playing football at the moment.
Paul does not work at the pharmacy any more.
Where is Emily rushing now?
How long has your wife been studying economics?
Ted is looking at you.
It is raining, we don't want to go anywhere.
What are you doing after the class?
My parents don't like my new house.
I usually walk to work.
We do not go to the theatre often.
Do you travel a lot?
Emily is smelling the flowers.
I have not been dancing for a long time.
Who are you talking to right now?
Dad is working now.
Are you going to the library now?
I have been playing football since I was four.
Mary doesn't drive.
They rarely have meetings on Fridays.