I know there's little difference in meaning between the two structures: continue to do or continue doing. I came across the suggestion we normally use continue to when we are talking about a state, as opposed to an action. Is this correct or would the diffence be another one? Thank you
I would think that
to continue in the sense of "to keep happening" may take both the infinitive and the -ing form of the verb
whereas it only takes the -ing form of the verb when denoting some kind of (renewed) action
hope this helps.