Always + present continuous

Potts, John
March 2013
English Teaching Professional;Mar2013, Issue 85, p40
The article discusses the intricacies and idiosyncrasies, the contradictions and complications that make the English language fascinating for teachers and teaching. It suggests that using always in a sentence as habit should not be seen negatively. It also advises that always should be used to customise those frequent and characteristic habits that deserve special treatment.


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