Present Simple vs Present Continuous

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differences for uses of present simple and present continuous
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Present Simple vs Present Continuous
  1. PRESENT SIMPLE
    1. She/ He/ It
      1. does
      2. I/ You/ We/ They
        1. do
        2. Habits and routines
          1. Examples
            1. Every day/week/month/tuesday
              1. Always / Never/ Often/ Sometimes
          2. PRESENT CONTINUOUS
            1. I
              1. am
              2. She/ He/ It
                1. is
                  1. Verb + ing
                2. You/ We/ They
                  1. are
                    1. Verb + ing
                  2. Precise moment or nearby present
                    1. Examples
                      1. Now/ Right now/ at the moment
                        1. Today/ tonight/ this week/ this year
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