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Present Simple or Present Continuous?

Read the two sentences below: Michela always arrives late for the lesson Michela is always arriving late for the lesson Are they both correct? If yes, is there a difference in meaning? Or is one of them wrong? If yes, which one and why? Answers in the comments box below.


Here are two time expressions which are similar but not the same: We’re having a break AT PRESENT They should be arriving PRESENTLY In sentence (1), we are on break at the moment while in sentence (2), they should soon be here. Therefore, AT PRESENT means now / at the moment but PRESENTLY means soon / in a […]