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    • Join Date: Mar 2007
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    #1

    About "to discuss"

    I'd like to know if the verb "to discuss" can be used or not in the continuous aspect (The Present Tense Continuous).
    Thank you very much!

  1. #2

    Re: About "to discuss"

    As in "they are discussing it right now" ?
    Yes!


    • Join Date: Mar 2007
    • Posts: 6
    #3

    Re: About "to discuss"

    Yes, this is what I wanted to now. Well, thank you very much...The grammar books I have, don't say anything about this verb...Some other people consider that it can't be used but they don't explain why. I wanted to be sure because if this verb doesn't have a special treatment and it isn't mentioned in the list of verbs with "problems" , that means it can be used in the continuous aspect.

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