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Form: Base form of the verb: I/we/you/they do. Base form of the verb + s/es: he/she/it does. The verb BE: I am; he/she/it is; we/you/they are.
Habitual, regular action in the present.
Adverbs of frequency: usually; regularly; every day; every week; every year; often; frequently; sometimes; occasionally; seldom; rarely; never (i.e., zero regularity); always (i.e., regularly, usually); on Fridays; on weekends
Form: BE + present participle (I am doing; he/she/it is doing; we/you/they are doing).
(I am doing; he/she/it is doing; we/you/they are doing).
Meaning 1: The action is going on at the present moment, at the moment of speaking.
Adverbs of time: now; right now; at the moment.
PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS
Form: HAVE + BEEN + present participle (I/we/you/they have been doing; he/she/it has been doing).
Meaning 1: The action has been going on for some time by now and is still going on.
Adverbs of time: for an hour; for a week; for a long time; for five years; for years; all day; all morning; since.
How long have you been waiting?
You are reading this material now.
Form: HAVE + past participle (I/we/you/they have done; he/she/it has done).
Meaning 1: The action has just ended.
Adverbs of time: already; just; yet (in questions and negative sentences).
I have just done it.