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‘continuous’ or ‘continual’?

Many learners use continuous and continual interchangeably. But actually they are different in meaning. Continuous¬†indicates duration without interruption. Example: Continuous monitoring of the patient’s condition proved crucial in his treatment. Continual¬†indicates duration that continues over a long period of time, but with intervals of interruption. Example:¬† The continual street repairs disrupted traffic for nearly two … Continue reading

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