You need to review the present continuous tense, both its structure and its usage.Hello,
I know that we can use 'now, later, today..etc' with 'simple present'.
No, we rarely use those adverbs with the simple present.
A :Okay, I do it right now.
Actually, we don't use it this way. You need to say, "Okay, I'm going to do it now" or "Okay, I'll do it now." If you are actually doing it now, you'd say, "I'm doing it now". (the present progressive/continuous)
A native speaker would never say, "I do it now".
But I want to learn if we construct a sentence about 'smell, want, like, love...etc.' , does it mean only simple present or simple present continuous?
I want to watch this movie
I want to watch this movie now.
(They may be simple present or present continuous tense. It depends on the context. Is that right?).
No. You need to review your understanding of the present continuous tense.
The present continuous, in this case, would be, "I'm wanting to watch this movie." - which would be an uncommon construction.
Because we can not put 'ing'.If we say ' i watch this movie now. It is simple present tense again.
Yes, it is. But no one would say that. We'd say, "I'm watching this movie now" - which is in the present continuous.
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