Momentary present

Also called: non-habitual present.

It is a variant of focal present, putting a narrower focus on what is currently going on.
The event or action is expected to extend only into the very near future.
It is not used frequently in modern literary Uzbek, and is very rarely used in spoken Uzbek. This form occurs sometimes in the written language and in Ferghana dialects.

● Momentary present, in a continuous mode:

He is working now.

He is just coming.