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Which tense is correct after "more and more" when a sentence describes a changing or developing situation?
According to grammar books the present continuous should be used:
1. More and more cars are being bought every year.
2. More and more children are eating fast food.
Is the present continuous the only correct option? Is the present simple a mistake here?
3. More and more cars are bought every year.
4. More and more children eat fast food.