Please help me with these sentences.


1) Nowadays, I am studying English hard.

2) Nowadays, I study English hard.


I do not feel much difference in meaning between them. What do you experts think? Could you help me out one more time, please?


Thank you so much as always and have a good day.

edited Apr 04 '13 at 04:14 Hans Contributor

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Sanjay is correct.  Simple present tense is used to say a habitual action or a general truth.

link comment answered Apr 05 '13 at 11:41 Z. A. Jazley Expert

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