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    Default training or being trained

    Hi,


    if we say iam training these days in a health club

    Does it mean you are training somebody or you are being trained by somebody?

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    Pallavi

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    Default Re: training or being trained

    Quote Originally Posted by pallavi kakkar View Post
    Hi.

    If we say "I am training these days in a health club", does it mean you are training somebody or you are being trained by somebody?

    Kind Regards

    Pallavi
    It could mean either!

    "I am training" can mean "I work as a trainer" or it can mean "I am exercising".

    These days, I work out at a health club.
    These days, I work as a trainer at a health club.

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