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    #1

    do/doing

    When I get home the children are doing their homework.
    When I get home the children do their homework.

    What is the difference in meaning of above sentences?

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    #2

    Re: do/doing

    In the first one the children have already started their homework when you arrive home. In the second they start doing it when you arrive.

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