- 1 Post By Rover_KE
- 3 Post By bhaisahab
Is this sentence grammatically correct, please? :
"When you sunbathe you are usually lying". (Would it be better to use: "when you are sunbathing"?)
Could we use the present simple in the second part of these sentences? :
-"When you are sunbathing you usually lie."
-"When you sunbathe you usually lie."
In both cases I would use "down", "lying down" and "lie down".
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