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Whats the difference between
goes to the gym on sundays AND
is going to the gym on sundays
I would like to know the grammatical difference or sentence difference between
john goes to the gym on sunday and
john is going to the gym on sunday
Generalities take the simple present tense:
I (always, generally, sometimes...) buy my vegetables at the local market.
The present progressive is used for an action which is taking place now:
Look! Mary is buying that awful dress!
Or for the near future:
I'm buying a new computer tomorrow.
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Then click on "Quickstart"
Click on Level 1, unit 6
Click on Activity 4
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