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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #26521: Continuous or continual
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    Continuous or continual


    Continuous or continual

     

    Continuous describes something that continues without stopping.

     

    Continual usually describes an action that is repeated again and again.

     

    As with many words that are confused for one another, the difference between continual and continuous can be difficult to notice. Slight though it may be, it exists and you should be sure to think about what you really mean when you are using continual or continuous.

     





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    1. Her mother bugs her about getting a job.

    2. He kept the letter as a reminder of her kindness.

    3. A circle is a circuit.

    4. I am trying to improve my grammar.

    5. You can't work for five hours without a break!

    6. Oliver sat on the beach and looked at the shoreline.

    7. I'm sorry - I can't work with these interruptions.

    8. The rain has been since this morning.

    9. He was fed up with the arguments.

    10. Her baby cried all afternoon.









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