~ている ~teiru

 How to make”~ている..” in Japanese.

    • ・ Meaning: an action in progress, verbs that described continuous, activity that last for some time, state, changes that are more or less instantaneous, everyday excise
    • ・ JLPT Level: N5 日本語能力試験N5級レベル
    ・ Category: grammar 文法

You can use ~ている when you want to say “an action in progress.”

The patterns is below:

Verb te-form + iru
いる, when used after the て form of a verb, indicates that an action is ongoing (progressive tense, marked in English by “ing”,) or in a certain state.

 例文:Examples of sentence (with audio)

私は日本語を教えています。Watashi wa nigongo o oshiete imasu
I teach Japanese(everyday excise) or I am teaching Japanese(now)

ケンは勉強しています。Ken wa benkyo shite imasu
Ken is studying(right now)

kanajo wa kekko shite imasu- She is married

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