i always do/i'm always doing something
what is the different between the two?
Re: i always do/i'm always doing something
Originally Posted by kurtlau
Hi Kurtlau!! In the first case you have "simple present tense" which indicates that you habitually do the thing you mention.
I always do my homework in the afternoon
I always watch TV in the evening
I always have coffee for breakfast
In the second sentence you have "present continuous tense" + "always" which indicates some kind of "annoyance" on the part of the speaker.
I am always working
She is always complaining
He is always making noise
They are always telling me what to do
Hope this helps! Maeve