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    present progressive tense vs perfect progressive tense

    Hello


    I'm wondering if it is OK to use present progressive tense in the first sentence?


    - I am sitting in the chair for one hour and I feel comfortable.
    - I have been sitting in the chair for one hour and I feel comfortable.


    Thank you

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    Re: present progressive tense vs perfect progressive tense

    No.

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