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My english course teacher, while explaining some points, said, "..........if you are describing any of your habbits.....".I am not sure whether she said this clause in a wrong or right way, especially the "any of your habbits" part. I want you to clarify it so that i could be sure about my teacher's ability.
Note, spelling: habits.Originally Posted by zaffar
The if-clause sounds correct. For example,
So, if you're describing any of your habits, use the present tense, like this, "I get up at 7:00 a.m. on weekdays."
It could also be expressed,
If you're going to describe your habits, . . . .
If you're describing any one of you habits, . . . .
All the best,