Would you please explain the use of the progressive in the last verb of the following sentence.
It was raining when I woke up last Saturday. It always rains when I am not working. → why not "when I do not work"?
Thanks a lot,
Re: present progressive
Originally Posted by hela
When I don't work, it always rains.
(cause and effect)
When I'm not working, it always rains.
(It always rains during this period: when I'm not working.)
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