Teacher: When do we use present continuous?
Student: When we need it.
Student is at a smaller table, next to a bigger table where his colleagues are seated.
Student: I don’t like sitting here.
Student: I feel like I’m not seated at their table.
Teacher: Well, that’s because you are not seated at their table.
Student: Yeah, that must be it.
Student: Teacher, do you know that movie where they sing and she’s always wearing yellow?
Teacher: La La Land?
Student: Yes, that’s it.
Teacher: She’s not always wearing yellow.
Student: Yes, she is.
Student: I’m so tired.
Teacher: How can you be tired? it’s 11 a.m. Didn’t you sleep?
Student: I did but I want to sleep again.
Teacher: Well, maybe next week, when we start at 5 p.m you’ll be less sleepy.
Student: No, then we will be tired from school.
Teacher: So when are you not tired?
Student 2: On weekends.
Teacher: I don’t see you on weekends.
Student 2: Yup.