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    You should not be helping him

    What is the difference in the meaning in below written 2 sentences?

    1. You should not be helping him.
    2. You should not help him.

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    Re: You should not be helping him

    Quote Originally Posted by shibli.aftab View Post
    What is the difference in the meaning in below written 2 sentences?

    1. You should not be helping him.
    2. You should not help him.
    In the first one you are helping him at the moment and, in the opinion of the speaker, you shouldn't be.. In the second one you are advised against helping him in the future.

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