1.Do you and your wife live well together?
2.Are you and your wife living well together?
Do two of these convey the same meaning? If there are differences, what are they?
Last edited by Supachoke; 11-Apr-2009 at 19:47.
The simple present - here, "live" - means that you think the arrangement between you and your wife is permanent. The progressive "are living" means that you think that the living arrangement is temporary.
I agree with gabber.