This animated image is, of course, of Tigger, from Disney's version of "Winnie the Pooh."
But let's call him "Ting." As "Ting," he is a perfect image to help you remember the present continuous. Ting never stops moving: he illustrates actions happening right now. And he seems to have a sprING in his tail.
So when you talk about actions happening right now, remember to add the "-ing" to their tail.
This is Will the Alien. He is from the future. He has a time machine. He materializes before any verbs describing future actions. So they become "I WILL eat," or "They WILL swim." He also has a stun ray. It freezes the verb in its basic form.
He is from the planet Going To. Sometimes he says "Going To" instead of using his name.
Will's wife is named May. She acts the same way. Will usually does just what he says, but May often changes her mind.
He WILL help you remember how to form the future tense in English.