Class 6 English Grammar Chapter 15 Verbs – Continuous Tenses includes Present Continuous, Past Continuous and Future Continuous tenses with examples. The way of formation of tenses are also given to make sentences and practice more to be confident. Examples of each type of tenses with negative and interrogative variants are also given here to prepare for CBSE Exams 2023-2024.
Class 6 English Grammar Verbs – Continuous Tenses
Class 6 English Grammar Continuous Tenses – Present, Past and Future
|Class: 6||English Grammar|
|Chapter: 15||Verbs – Continuous Tenses|
Present Continuous Tense
This tense is used to express an action going on at the time of speaking.
|I am singing a song.||I am not singing a song.||Am I singing a song?|
|We are taking tea.||We are not taking tea.||Are we not taking tea?|
|He is going to school.||He is not going to school.||Is he going to school?|
|It is raining.||It is not raining.||Is it not raining?|
|The girls are dancing.||The girls are not dancing.||Are the girls dancing?|
Past Continuous Tense
This tense is used to indicate that the action began and continued at some definite time
in the past.
|I was singing a song.||I was not singing a song.||Was I singing a song?|
|We were taking tea.||We were not taking tea.||Were we taking tea?|
|He was going to school.||He was not going to school.||Was he going to school?|
|It was raining.||It was not raining.||Was it not raining?|
|The girls were dancing.||The girls were not dancing.||Were the girls not dancing?|
Future Continuous Tense
This tense expresses that the action will be going on at some point of time in the future.
|I shall be singing a song.||I shall not be singing a song.||Shall I be singing a song?|
|We shall be taking tea.||We shall not be taking tea.||Shall we be taking tea?|
|He will be going to school.||He will not be going to school.||Will he be going to school?|
|It will be raining.||It will not be raining.||Will it not be raining?|
|The girls will be dancing.||The girls will not be dancing.||Will the girls not be dancing?|
Last Edited: January 27, 2022