I have a grammar problem if I use 'recently' ,which one is correct : 1. Recently, I am reading a book 2.Recently , I was reading a book 3. recently, i read a book
Dec 7, 2016 3:27 AM
Answers · 4
Number 2 can also work, but it implies that you didn't finish the book. "I was reading a book recently, but had to stop because my classes started again."
December 7, 2016
It is commonly used to refer to the past. Ex. "I read a book recently".
December 7, 2016
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