Danyel
You look complеtеly worn out... You look complеtеly worn out. & You are looking complеtеly worn out. What is the difference?
Nov 6, 2017 11:25 PM
Answers · 2
The 'you are looking' version is a continuous tense form. It therefore has an implication of a longer time-frame. So, perhaps you would say 'you look' to someone who has just come back from a run, but 'you are looking' to someone who has been working hard at work for a few weeks. That's only an implication though. In many cases you can use either if you like.
November 7, 2017
creo que no hay ninguna diferencia, el sentido de la frase es la misma, solo usas alternativas para escribirla :)
November 6, 2017
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