Neither of your examples are sentences. They are clauses. Please provide full sentences for our comments.
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I would like to ask , what time do we use in describing some actions or activty? Do we use present continuous or present simple?
I don't mean some activity/actions that are happening right now (or describing a picture).
When you dream and you wake up and can't move.
When you are dreaming and you wake up and can't move.
What is the difference between those two sentences?(In meaning ofc.)
Thank's for answers , have a nice day and Merry Christmas and happy New Year.
"Have you ever felt fear?Like when you are dreaming and you wake up and can't move. Lots of people i know experienced this and all of them were scared as hell. The trick is that you just have to try to move your fingers first and everything will be ok"
I've just made up this sentence , could think of something else :D , this sentence is for both of clauses as what you called them. What time do i use there?
Should i take it as i don't wake up and can't move everytime i wake up so i should use present continuous?
Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.
Last edited by Trolstover; 26-Dec-2014 at 01:25.