If by "here" you mean the particular part of Ireland that you're in. Most Irish people don't use "ye" as a the second person plural (especially if you differentiate between "ye" pronounced "yee" and "ye" pronounced "yih"). Even those who say "ye" usually write "you", and this is a written exercise.
Irish and English differentiate between the simple present téann sibh" - "you go" and the present progressive tá sibh ag dul* - "you are going". While some other European languages don't make this distinction, you can't translate a simple present sentence into a present progressive sentence, or vice versa, in English or Irish.