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Forum: English Questions Sep 7th, 2008, 01:48 pm
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Posted By susan53
Re: ..."as you go through"...

OK. But don't forget it's an alternative, not a "rule". You choose the verb form depending on the meaning it expresses and which you want to express too. It's always subjective.
Forum: English Questions Sep 5th, 2008, 05:56 pm
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Posted By susan53
Re: ..."as you go through"...

I think you'll find that in all of the sentences there is a sense of some completion. Eg As the course progresses ... by the time you understand more the course has already progressed to a certain...
Forum: English Questions Sep 5th, 2008, 04:41 am
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Views: 2,084
Posted By susan53
Re: ..."as you go through"...

Two possibilities, which I think combine here :

1. If the continuous were used it would refer to the one moment of you personally passing through customs, whereas this is something that always...
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