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Sentence Correction: Tenses - Present Simple and Progressive

Which tense is used to describe facts or generalizations?

Correct!

Present Simple is used to describe facts and generalizations.

Example:

Plants need water to grow.

Present Progressive is used to describe actions that are in progress at present.

Example:

John is currently studying for the GMAT.

Present Progressive is used to describe actions that are in progress at present.

Example:

John is currently studying for the GMAT.

Present Simple is used to describe facts and generalizations.

Example:

Plants need water to grow.

Present Simple
Present Progressive

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