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is there an "~ing" in Thai?

in Thai is there like, an "~ing"?
like, can you say "I am going to the store" or do you just say "I go to the store"

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Base language: English
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    sure, ofcuz we have it "gerund" or "ing" in thai is
    กำลัง...... (gam lang)
    Subject + gamlang + Verbs + object.

    Ex:
    เขากำลังเดิน (kao gamlang dern) he's walking
    แม่กำลังดูโทรทัศ (mae gamlang doo to-ra-tad) Mom's watching Tv.
    คุณกำลังทำอะไร (koon galang tam a-rai) what are you doing?
    ฉันกำลังอ่านหนังสือ (chan gamlang an-nang-sue) i'm reading a book

    and here more complicated sentence_____

    ตอนที่ฉันโทรหา เธอกำลังทำอะไรอยู่ (toon tee chan too-ha ter gamlang tam a-rai yu) what were you doing when i called?



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