We use the present continuous to talk about the present situations.
The Present Continuous is formed from the present tense of the verb be, together with the present participle (-ing form) of a verb.
I am reading the newspaper.
She‘s washing the dishes.
I‘m working hard these days.
Is Emily coming to the library this week? No, she’s in hospital.
I‘m writing an interesting novel at the moment.
John is practising for the final singing competition.
He‘s buying a new jeep on Monday.
Pat is going to a new job next month.
Stop fighting! You two are always fighting.
You‘re always grumbling for nothing.
Air pollution of the world is rising at an alarming rate.
Your son is growing quickly.
…….so now, the man‘s trying to catch the mouse.