Elementary grammar exercise: present continuous questions

English grammar practice exercise, elementary level.

This exercise gives you practice forming questions in the present continuous tense.


Write a question in the present continuous based on each statement.


~ I’m cooking something.
~ What are you cooking?

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  1. Prudvi_Raj - June 6, 2016, 5:50 am

    can someone plzz help me
    I don’t understand the last two sentence.
    To Whom you are waiting for? or who are you waiting for? which one is correct? and please explain ”who is he taking to?”
    sorry for my bad english

    • Martha - August 4, 2016, 5:01 pm

      WHOM show possesion, WHO is the person that recibe the action… the correct answer is who are you waiting for?

  2. Dilyana Slavova - October 25, 2016, 7:25 am

    Actually whom is not for possession. Whom is used when the we ask the question to the object in the sentence (who is recipient of the action). Who is used when we ask a question to the subject in the sentence who does the action, and whose is for possession

    She talks to him
    Who talks?
    To whom does she talk ? = Who does she talk to?

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