Present Continuous (Present Progressive) - What is Mr Bean doing?

EnglishThroughVideos 2017-02-04 03:18:00

This worksheet is designed to be used in conjunction with a YouTube video to practise the use of the Present Continuous / Present Progressive tense. Play the video using this link

The video shows Mr Bean going through his day doing numerous different activities. There is music playing over the video. Each time the music stops, students should describe what Mr Bean is doing using the correct grammar.

The activity should be done as a controlled practice or an activation task after the grammar structures have been taught. It can be done as a writing task using this worksheet or as a speaking activity with the video alone.

The answer key is provided.

I hope your students enjoy it! :)

Student Instructions:

1. Watch the video.
2. Look at the actions Mr. Bean is doing when the music stops.
3. Write sentences describing the actions.
4. Use the Present Continuous (Present Progressive) tense.
- E.g. “He is watching TV.
5. Practise using contractions.
- E.g. “He’s watching TV.

This downloadable handout was created for at Beginner (pre-A1), Elementary (A1), Intermediate (B1) and Pre-intermediate (A2) level. It is valuable for consolidating Present continuous (progressive) tense and Verbs: Action verbs in English, and is a valuable material for improving your learners' Reading, Speaking and Writing skills. It is about the topic and words of Actions, Animals and Hobbies. The exercises come with the solutions.
Copyright License: This file is licensed by EnglishThroughVideos under the iSLCollective Copyright License

Upload date: 2017-02-04 03:18:00

Author: EnglishThroughVideos

from Singapore

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