Learn English – Continue working vs continue to work


I found this explanation: http://www.english-test.net/forum/ftopic38633.html

but what about present?

I continue to work or I continue working? Are they the same?

Best Answer

They're practically the same, I'd use working to stress that you're presently actively doing it:

I will continue working on this until lunch.

I will continue to work for them until I can afford to move.

But this is a personal preference, and nobody can fault you for just following your ear here.

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