I don't know the difference between 'continual' and 'continuous'.
please explain to me that.
I will be reallly appreciative of your support.
from the OED site:
continuous and continual: continuous primarily means 'without interruption', and can refer to space as well as time, as in the cliffs form a continuous line along the coast; continual, on the other hand, typically means 'happening frequently, with intervals between', as in the bus service has been disrupted by continual breakdowns.
A useful site this one: AskOxford: Commonly Confused Words
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