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    #1

    should pick/should be picking

    Let's talk about what kind of restaurant you should be picking.
    Let's talk about what kind of restaurant you should pick.
    What are differences between these sentences with respect to use and meaning?
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    #2

    Re: should pick/should be picking

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    There's no difference in meaning between the two sentences.

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    #3

    Re: should pick/should be picking

    If it's just for one meal, I would use pick.

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