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    #1

    progressive or present tense

    Hi,

    is this sentence correct?


    Call your grandma more often: she always asks of you
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    Re: progressive or present tense

    Your grandma asks you to call her more often. Then?

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    Re: progressive or present tense

    It is normally 'she asks about you', Rip. 'She is always asking about you' is also correct, and carries essentially the same meaning.

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