What is present continuous?

Present Continuous or Present Progressive, the present continuous is formed by adding the present participle (the "ing form") to the present simple of the verb. It is one of the two present tenses used in modern English, the other

being simple present.

For instance,

I am studying.

You/we/they are studying.

He/she/it is studying.

Negative sentences:

I am not studying.

You/we/they are not studying.

He/she/it is not studying.

Interrogative sentences:

Am I studying?

Are you/we/they studying?

Is he/she/it studying?