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I have seen the sentence "Let's go out now. It isn't raining any more. " in an essay.
And I know that the Present Continuous Tense has the meaning "temporary" (please look over the webpage English Grammar - The Present Continuous Tense - Learn English ), so the sentence "It isn't raining any more. " contains the meaning---"not raining" will ends soon and it will rain again soon?
Thanks a lot in advance.
It would depend on the intonation, but if the temporary nature of the current state (no rain) were very important, there would probably be something to indicate the need to hurry. Like Bhaisahab, I don't see that the verb form alone conveys the meaning that it will rain again.