Questions tagged with continuous

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John travels to England tomorrow or John is travelling to England tomorrow.
John traves or is travelling to England tomorrow.
simple or continuous 0 votes, asked Jun 02 by Denis Barrera
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be going to vs the Present Continuous
Is there any difference between the meanings of the following two sentences, or can we use them interchangeably? I'm going ...
continuous 0 votes, asked Aug 01 '15 by Abdul Quadir
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did you hear her ...... in the next room just now? a.sing b. singing
did you hear her ...... in the next room just now? a.sing b. singing. which one is right and why ...
tense present continuous 0 votes, asked Jun 30 '15 by Jay
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What tense is this sentence?
Drinking coffee isn't as bad as you think. Is this a present continuous sentence? What function is 'drinking' in this ...
continuous tense 0 votes, asked Jun 25 '15 by Lee
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past perfect and past perfect continuous
Azza was carrying two heavy bags . she ....... The shopping at the supermarket (had done - had been doing ...
past perfect continuous 0 votes, asked Dec 30 '14 by ahmed
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Present Simple or Present Continous
Hello. What is correct - When will John arrive? - His plane arrives at 7am tomorrow or His plane is ...
future simplepresent continuous +1 vote, asked Aug 05 '14 by john_doe
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Past Perfect / PP Continuous (sentences)
1) Jane was sad because she had quarrelled with her boyfriend. 2) Jane was sad because she had been quarrelling ...
past perfect continuous Usage Difference 0 votes, asked Sep 18 '13 by Martyna
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Continuous OR continual?
Question of the Day: The words are very similar. What is the difference, if any, between continuous and continual? Here ...
continuous continual +1 vote, asked Sep 01 '13 by Chantal
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URGENT! URGENT!! Please help me by correcting the grammer mistakes in my short story.
1:00PM 21/12/2012 The song playing now is Akon's 'Freedom' and at the lyrics are at 'freeeeedom'. I have been sitting ...
short story simplepresent present continuous -2 votes, asked Dec 21 '12 by Sandeep Sndp
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