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The present continuous is used in several instances:

To describe an action that is taking place now but not at the exact moment of speech /

To describe an event planned in the future (in combination with a time indicator for the future) /

With always but meaning often (used to emphasize the frequency of an action in a humorous or hyperbolic way) /

To describe an action that is taking place now and is subject to interruption /


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