English is heart of the world – Few words with you (Part 2 (f) Asking questions in ‘present continuous’)

If you try to frame the questions regularly, it will become habit

 If you try to frame the questions regularly, it will become habit.

By Ravi Karanam
   In the beging stage, if you try to frame the questions regularly, it will become habit. To prepare your own questions with the given list of verbs. You should talk with others/people who knows English. Do not have any complex about it.To use maximum words or sentences in your conversation.If you have any doubts, try to check your written notes and confirm it.
 All most, more than 2000 to 3000 thousand words are there in your mind. But, you do not know or not think. Even illiterates are able to use more than 500 words. How it is ! We are listening many English words in our surrounding like, watch, time, bus stand, bank, just, shop,cutting shop,garage, slipper etc.
 From today, start to ask questions in English to your family, friends, neighbours and others. Day by day, skill of expression will be improved. The common errors will be found, but we can improve. It doesn’t matter. Don’t take seriously.
Come with me. We start our journey now.
We ask questions with the help of helping verbs ‘Am’ / ‘Are’ and ‘Is’
Positive = ‘am’, ‘are’ and ‘is’.
Negative = ‘arrn’t’ and ‘isn’t’
Formula – Helping verb + sub + verb(1) + ing + object?
Am I reading Kannada?
Yes, you are reading Kannada.
Aren’t I reading Kannada?
No, you aren’t reading Kannada.
Am I participating in competition?
Yes, you are participating in competition.
Aren’t I participating in competition?
No, you aren’t participating in competition.
(Note : There is no short form ‘Amn’t’ in English. instead of that, we use “aren’t” But “am not” is there in negative answer)
Are we watching movie?
Yes, we are watching movie.
Aren’t we watching movie?
No’ we aren’t watching movie.
Are we learning dance?
Yes, we are learning dance.
Aren’t we learning dance?
No, we aren’t learning dance.
Are you singing a song ?
Yes, I am singing a song.
Aren’t you singing a song ?
No, I am not singing a song.
Are you talking in English?
Yes, I am talking in English.
Aren’t you talking in English?
No, I am not talking in English.
Are they teaching a lesson ?
Yes, they are teaching a lesson
Aren’t they teaching a lesson ?
No, they aren’t teaching a lesson.
Are they completing homework?
Yes, they are completing homework.
Aren’t they completing homework?
No, they aren’t completing homework.
Is he purchasing vegetables ?
Yes, he is purchasing vegetables.
Isn’t he purchasing vegetables ?
No, he isn’t purchasing vegetables.
Is he understanding my problem?
Yes, he is understanding your problem
Isn’t  he understanding my problem?
No, he isn’t understanding your problem
Is she washing clothes?
Yes, she is washing clothes.
Isn’t she washing clothes ?
No, she isn’t washing clothes.
Is she using mobile?
Yes, she is using mobile.
Isn’t she using mobile?
No, she isn’t using mobile.
Is it playing cricket ?
Yes, it is playing cricket.
Isn’t it playing cricket ?
No, it isn’t playing cricket.
Is it begging for bread?
Yes, it is begging for bread.
Isn’t it begging for bread?
No, it isn’t begging for bread.

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