Present Progressive tense (I am cooking. He is standing.) and studied the difference between it and the Simple Present. The students remembered that Simple Present is used to talk about habits, routines, or facts and were quick to understand that the Present Progressive is used to talk about what is happening right now. Pedro noticed that we always use a form of the verb “be” with the subject before the Present Progressive verb. He also noticed that the “be” verb and the subject switch places when making a question. (Are you cooking? Is he standing?)
Lizette and Ismael were quick and happy to help their fellow students with understanding the meaning of some new vocabulary words: gossiping, bothering, baking, mixing, slicing, and skating.