1. Sam is doing some canoeing at the moment.
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This is a sentence in progress because you can see the adverb of frequency at the moment and that gives you the clue to identify that the person is doing the activity at the moment of speaking. Good!

Pay attention to the structure of the sentence and you will see that there is a part that indicates the moment in which the action is taking place.

2. I’m skiing tomorrow morning.
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It’s a sentence that shows a future plan because of the phrase tomorrow morning. Very good!

Remember that the adverbs of time indicate the moment when the action takes place, read the sentence again and choose the right answer.

3. We’re practicing hang glider now.
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It’s a sentence in progress because the word now gives you the idea that the person is doing the action at the moment of speaking. Excellent!

Pay attention to the structure of the sentence and you will see that there is a part that indicates the moment in which the action is taking place.

4. Wendy’s taking some parachuting lessons this week.
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It’s a sentence used as a temporary situation because of the word this week. Good job!

Remember that the adverbs of time indicate the moment when the action takes place, read the sentence again and choose the right answer.

5. I’m not doing rock climbing next week.
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In this case this sentence is used as a future plan, you can identify the word next week. Very well!

Remember that the adverbs of time indicate the moment when the action takes place, read the sentence again and choose the right answer.

6. Tom’s surfing these days in Miami.
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This sentence is used as a temporary situation because of the phrase these days. Right!

Pay attention to the structure of the sentence and you will see that there is a part that indicates the moment in which the action is taking place.

7. Sue and Steve aren’t doing bungee jumping next Saturday.
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This example is used as future plan, the clue is the phrase next saturday. Good!

Pay attention to the structure of the sentence and you will see that there is a part that indicates the moment in which the action is taking place.

8. My sister is doing rafting right now with her friends.
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In this case is a sentence in progress because the speaker is using the phrase right now. Very good!

Pay attention to the structure of the sentence and you will see that there is a part that indicates the moment in which the action is taking place.

9. My cousin’s practicing skateboarding this week.
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This is an example of a temporary situation, this week can help you identify it. Excellent!

Pay attention to the structure of the sentence and you will see that there is a part that indicates the moment in which the action is taking place.

10. We’re doing some snowboard next Friday.
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In this sentence the phrase next friday helps you identify that the sentence is a future plan. Good job!

Remember that the adverbs of time indicate the moment when the action takes place, read the sentence again and choose the right answer.

Remember that the Present Continuous is used to talk about things that are taking place at the moment of speaking and you use phrases like now, at the moment, right now. You also use the Present Continuous to talk about temporary activities, and you can use phrases like this week, these days, this month. And finally you use the Present Continuous to talk about future plans, you can use words like next week, next month, next Monday, etc. to specify when the action is going to be done.