Present progressive, yes, no questions. Bill and his sister are video chatting. Bill asks, is it raining there? No it's not. I'm sitting outside. Are you working in your garden? No, I'm not. I am drinking tea. Notice the question, is it raining? Are you working? Let's look at how to perform yes, no questions in the present progressive. Switch the order to form a question in the present progressive. You already know how to say, they are asking for directions. To make a question, we are going to switch the be verb and the subject, and that way we'll have, are they, are they asking for directions? Yes, they are. Here's some more examples. Carol calls her son. She has a lot of questions. Are you feeling okay? Are you getting enough rest? Are you drinking lots of fluids? Are you taking medicine? Look at all of these questions. They all have the be verb, and a verb with ING, and the subject is in the middle. Let's look at some more examples. Is Kayla telling Emily a secret? Do you see? Be verb, then subject, then the ING verb. Is Kayla telling Emily a secret? Yes, she is. Is peter asking a question? Yes, he is. Are you baking a cake? No, I'm not. I'm making cookies. Hey, are you listening to me? Yes. Sorry. No, I'm listening to you now. You try, make a question. You have the answer. Yes, they are. So you know the subject is they and you have the verb, ride bikes. Are they riding bikes? Yes, they are. Okay? Try again. This time draw a picture, draw is the verb, and yes, she is, is the answer. So you know she is the subject. Is she drying a picture? Yes, she is. One more, here the verb is drink and the subject is, it. I guess I don't know if this cat is a girl cat or a boy cat, so I'm going to say it. Is it drinking your tea? Yes, it is. In this lesson, you learned to form yes, no questions in the present progressive. She is talking on the phone is the sentence and we switch the order of the be verb and the subject to get the question, is she talking on the phone? Yes, she is.