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  1. kurtlau

    i always do/i'm always doing something

    what is the different between the two?

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    Re: i always do/i'm always doing something

    Quote Originally Posted by kurtlau
    what is the difference between the two?

    Hi Kurtlau!! In the first case you have "simple present tense" which indicates that you habitually do the thing you mention.

    I always do my homework in the afternoon

    I always watch TV in the evening

    I always have coffee for breakfast

    In the second sentence you have "present continuous tense" + "always" which indicates some kind of "annoyance" on the part of the speaker.


    I am always working

    She is always complaining

    He is always making noise

    They are always telling me what to do

    Hope this helps! Maeve


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