What Are You Doing Right Now?


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In the United States, it is common to ask someone ‘What are doing?’. If someone asks you this, they want to know what you are doing in this exact moment. 

I am + verb +ing 

Example Sentences 

  1. I am reading a book. 
  2. I am practicing English. 
  3. I am talking on the phone. 
  4. I am learning to speak English. 
  5. I am writing a note. 
  6. I am cooking dinner 
  7. I am cleaning the kitchen. 
  8. I am washing clothes. 
  9. I am driving to work. 
  10. I am at work. 
  11. I am making an appointment. 
  12. I am paying bills online. 
  13. I am chatting with my friends on Skype. 

If you aren’t don’t anything really interesting you could respond by saying: 

  1. Nothing 
  2. Nothing much 
  3. Not much

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