She's ____ late for class.
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- Added: March 2005
I wouldn't have used 'neither' either ;-)
It seems like people prefer to use the adverb "continually".
Continuously means all the time without stopping -as in, the music was playing continuously. Continually means on repeated occasions, so is the standard, 'correct' English answer here.
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I wouldn't have used neither. "She is always late for class "sounds better