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  1. B45
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    My friend says: I have gym membership but I don't use it anymore. I ask: What stop

    My friend says: I have gym membership but I don't use it anymore.

    I ask:

    What stops you from going back?

    VS

    What's stopping you from going back?

    Are both okay? Which would an English native speaker use?

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    Re: My friend says: I have gym membership but I don't use it anymore. I ask: What

    '...I have a gym membership...'

    I'd say 'Why not?'

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    Re: My friend says: I have gym membership but I don't use it anymore. I ask: What

    My friend says: I have a gym membership but I don't use it anymore.

    I ask:

    What stops you from going back?

    VS

    What's stopping you from going back?

    Thanks for that, but are both my sentences okay and grammatical?

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    Re: My friend says: I have gym membership but I don't use it anymore. I ask: What

    They both work.

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