S  am/is/are  Ving     O

I          am        eating   an apple now.

You     are       eating   an apple now.

He       is         eating   an apple now.

She      is          eating  an apple now

It          is          eating  an apple now

We       are        eating  an apple now

You      are        eating  an apple now

They     are        eating  an apple now

 

  1. one vowel + one consonant Double the consonant, then add -ING

sit            –       sitting

put           –       putting

cut           –       cutting

shut         –       shutting

hit            –       hitting

get           –      getting

shop         –       shopping

stop         –       stopping

tap           –       tapping

nod          –       nodding

dig           –       digging

jog           –       jogging

win          –       winning

run           –       running

swim        –       swimming

  1. one vowel + one consonant + E Remove E, then add -ING

come        –       coming

lose         –       losing

live          –      living

have         –       having

write       –       writing

give         –       giving

love         –       loving

come       –       coming

take         –       taking

save         –       saving

dance       –       dancing

shine        –       shining

but

agree       –       agreeing

see             –       seeing

  1. [anything else] Add -ING

say           –       saying

go            –       going

walk        –       walking

work        –       working

stand       –       standing

learn        –       learning

  1. Some verbs have irregular ing form

lie            –       lying

die           –       dying

tie            –       tying

  1. vurgu son hecedeyse

begin       –       beginning

forbid       –       forbidding

prefer      –       preferring

admit       –       admitting

prefer      –       preferring

stir           –       stirring

  1. son harfi –l- ile biterse

travel       –       travelling

compel     –      compelling

 

I          am     having   an apple now.

You     are       eating   an apple now.

He       is         eating   an apple now.

She      is          eating  an apple now

It          is          eating  an apple now

We       are        eating  an apple now

You      are        eating  an apple now

They     are        eating  an apple now

 

I          am      having   tea now.

You     are     drinking   tea now.

He       is        drinking  tea now.

She      is        drinking  tea now

It          is        drinking  tea now

We       are      drinking  tea now

You      are      drinking  tea now

They     are      drinking  tea now

 

Examples:

We need to discuss the situation.

We think that this is a serious issue.

We consider it to be a problem.

We want to make several improvements.

Bob is thinking about his problems.

We has been considering a variety of solutions.

He has been meaning to talk to you about it.

What I was meaning to say when you interrupted me is that….

I was minding my own business when suddenly…

He was being nice.

He’s being clever again.

(used in the opposite meaning that the person being spoken about is‘pretending’ to be this, often used sarcastically.)

 

I’m missing you so much.

I was just thinking about you.

I’m thinking about buying anew car.

I’m liking this.

(Became quite common after the emergence of the Coke ad below.)

 

I’m loving it! (Coke advert, which produced other similar expressions such as ‘I’m so loving this/that/it…)

They thought he was wanting in eloquence.