The present continuous is an action, possibly beginning in the relative recent past, which continues in the present, and perhaps into a relatively close, or foreseeable, future.
This week, we completed a couple of worksheets in class to practice the present continuous tense.
GRAMMAR: SUBJECT (to be) // am/is/are VERB+ing. An example of the present continuous is: He is jumping. He is not jumping. We are running to class. We are not walking to class.
Then, we read to each other the rules of our own games, while our group members listened and wrote.