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She was so annoying (adjective) ! She was always leaving her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expected (Past tense) me to do them for her.

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She is so annoying! She always leave her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expect me to do them for her.

Which one is correct? "always" we should use the "present tense" right?
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happyhour123 She was so annoying (adjective) ! She was always leaving her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expected (Past tense) me to do them for her.

or

She is so annoying! She always leave her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expect me to do them for her.

Which one is correct? "always" we should use the "present tense" right?


She was so annoying (adjective) ! She was always leaving her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expected (Past tense) me to do them for her.

She is so annoying! She is always leaving her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expects me to do them for her.
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She was so annoying (adjective) ! She was always leaving her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expected (Past tense) me to do them for her.
She is so annoying! She is always leaving her dirty dishes in the sink (is Present Continuous sentence?). I think she actually expects me to do them for her.

Both are correct, right? But May I know why I can't use the present tense in this sentence? Because in this sentence is "Habit", right?
She is so annoying! She always leave her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expects me to do them for her
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She is so annoying! She always leaves her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expects me to do them for her.

You can use the present simple here. Using the present continuous conveys a feeling of annoyance.

She always leaves her dirty dishes in the sink - habit.

She is always leaving her dirty dishes in the sink - expresses annoyance.
She was so annoying (adjective) ! She was always leaving her dirty dishes in the sink. I think she actually expected (Past tense) me to do them for her.
How about this one? May I know what is the difference?
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