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    Default "I am going shopping now" means

    Hello, great people there. I have been thankful for great help as always. And I have a question again.

    "I am going shopping now" means

    1) I am on my way to shop now.

    2) I am doing the shopping now.


    Which one do you think is a correct way of interpreting the example? Thank you so much and have a good day.

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    Default Re: "I am going shopping now" means

    It is more likely to be #1.
    Please do not edit your question after it has received a response. Such editing can make the response hard for others to understand.


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