Using ALWAYS with the Present Continuous Tense

The correct answer is [B] are always arguing Explanation: We can use always with present continuous to show how we feel (approve, disapprove, like, dislike, etc.) about something that happens regularly. Some grammar books refer to this use as present continuous with “emotional comment.” It tells what happens regularly, but also gives the speaker’s attitude… Read More Using ALWAYS with the Present Continuous Tense

“Have a seat”, “Take a seat”, “Sit down”, “Be seated” – What’s the difference?

Example: A: Please have a seat. B: Nah, thanks. I won’t be long. I just wanna see how ya doin’. I was asked if there’s any difference between “please sit down” and “please be seated”. Actually, the only difference between those expressions is in the tone you use when you’re speaking; whether you’re “telling” (ordering)… Read More “Have a seat”, “Take a seat”, “Sit down”, “Be seated” – What’s the difference?