- For Teachers
The situation is as follows:
I'm on a summer course, somewhere abroad. I'm writing a letter to my friend:
"I'm on a summer course. I'm living in a rented flat. I'm sharing a room with other student"
Is using Present Simple in such a context a mistake?
"I'm on a summer course. I live in a rented flat. I share a room with other student"
Can you explain it?
The present continous suggests some form of limited duration, which is appropriate for your sentence.