I do, I do do
Does this look good on me?
It's a good look for you.
What are you doing right now?
I am doing the dishes.
What are they doing right now?
They are having an English lesson right now.
I have done
I have [finished, completed,done] this task
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been doing my [laundry,expenses, homework].
We have been cleaning the house today.
I did, I did do
I said that I will not go to work tomorrow.
I told my manager that I will take the day off tomorrow.
What were you doing today?
I was doing my [laundry,expenses, homework].
I was walking with my dog.
What had you done earlier today?
I had done the dishes.
Where had your dog gone?
He(the dog) had gone to the park.
Past Perfect Continuous (rarely used)I had been doing
Where had you been when your mother called?
I had been working in my office.
Ann:Where will you go tomorrow?
Bob: I will go to the store and do some shopping.
Ann:What will you be doing for New Years?
Bob: We will have a quiet evening at home.
What will you be doing tomorrow?
I will be watching a movie with my family.
Future Perfect (rarely used)
What will you have [completed, done] by Sunday night?
We will have talked to our doctor about our next appointment.
Future Perfect Continuous (rarely used)
I will have been doing
How long will you have been living in your current apartment?
I will have been living in my apartment for three years in January.