To answer this section well, you need to really know three things. Firstly, you are advised to write in the present continuous tense. Therefore, you must know the meaning of the present continuous tense.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS TENSE
When we talk about tenses, we are referring to the verbs. In the present continuous tense, the verbs look like this:
(singular case) verb 'to be' verb 'ing'
(plural case) verb 'to be' verb 'ing'
(singular case) A boy is talking to his friends.
(plural case) Two boys are talking to their friends.
Apart from the tense, you must know about adjectives. There are certain adjectives that you will commonly use when answering this section.
An adjective describes or tells us more about a particular noun. It occurs before the noun and we can use more than one adjective to describe a noun.
A handsome boy is talking to his friends.
Two handsome boys are talking to their friends.
Last but not least, to be able to score higher marks for this section you must know about the adverbs.
Adverbs are words used to describe or tell us more about the verbs. We can either write an adverb immediately after the verb, or at the end of the sentence.
is talking cheerfully
is playing happily
is reading quietly
A handsome boy is talking cheerfully to his friends.
Two handsome boys are talking to their friends cheerfully.