How to Use Am in Questions About Continuous Action

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In this lesson, we shall learn how to use ‘am’ to ask questions about continuous action.

Construction of a question about continuous action using ‘am’

The construction of this sentence is as follows:

  • Am + I + present participle of a verb + other words + question mark (?)

Examples of ‘am’ in a question

Let’s see how to use ‘am’ in the questions with some examples.

Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

    1. Am I going home? 
    2. Am I coming in five minutes?
    3. Am I studying at Mumbai University? 
    4. Am I teaching English grammar?
    5. Am I eating fruit?
    6. Am I brushing my teeth?
    7. Am I laughing at you?
    8. Am I crying for your help?
    9. Am I frying snacks?
    10. Am I singing a song?
    11. Am I telling a story?
    12. Am I watching an action movie?
    13. Am I writing a drama?
    14. Am I feeling well now?
    15. Am I reading a novel?
    16. Am I closing the door?
    17. Am I catching a ball?
    18. Am I playing cricket?
    19. Am I glorifying it?
    20. Am I drinking water?
    21. Am I cleaning the house?
    22. Am I pulling it?
    23. Am I pushing it?
    24. Am I opening the window?
    25. Am I booking a ticket?
    26. Am I standing in front of you?
    27. Am I sitting in a chair?
    28. Am I enjoying the match? 
    29. Am I cooking for my kids?
    30. Am I wandering out of my house?

 Related Lessons-

  1. Use of is: continuous action
  2. Use of am: continuous action
  3.               negative sentences
  4. Use of am: continuous action-questions
  5.               affirmative answers

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