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What's the difference between "います" and "いる"?

How would I use them? What's the difference between "なにをしているか ?" and "なにをしますか?"?

For learning: Japanese
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    the first one is informal and the second is formal

    As Carter said, its simply formality. The first is informal and the second is formal.

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