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    Present Simple

    Hello,

    I'm curious which tense I should use when talking about a seasonal job:
    I got a seasonal job. I work/am working as ....
    It's temporary so I guess it should be the Present Continuous. Can I use the Present Simple too?

    Thanks for your replies.

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    Re: Present Simple

    Quote Originally Posted by wuwo1 View Post
    Hello,

    I'm curious which tense I should use when talking about a seasonal job:
    I got a seasonal job. I work/am working as ....
    It's temporary so I guess it should be the Present Continuous. Can I use the Present Simple too?

    Thanks for your replies.
    If it's a temporary job, use the Continuous. "I'm working there temporarily."

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