Sep 9, 2017, 10:54 PM
I have a a question about an example in case of using present progressive.
The first examples are pretty clear:
1. She is reading a book.
2. She is writing a letter.
Both are matching the explication quite well.
3. She is closing the door.
I was surprised that this shall be the correct form of the sentence. Cause, close a door is not an act like reading or writing. Except we construct a situation so the act to close this f. door means a lot of different keys, a combinations of numbers, yeah, but then we could each act construct till it match what progressive requires.
Thanks in advance, Jose