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When I am going on holiday I usually travel by train.
When I am goig by car I usually go through/on motorways.
Have you managed to listen to the listening extract I sent you yesterday.
Where are you going today? Ia m going to hospital to check my knee over.
Are you roking tomorow? Yes, I am or
Do you work tomorrow?
What time are you starting and finishing your work tomorrow or What time do you start and finish your work tomorrow?
I studied or I was studying Maths for 5 years ( the action is finished)
When I was a child my parents worked physically.
When I am meeting with an anxious patient I always. try to him.her at ease

Thanks for help
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When I am going on holiday I usually travel by train.
When I am going by car I usually go on the motorway.
Have you managed to listen to the listening audio extract I sent you yesterday?
Where are you going today? I am going to the hospital to have my knee checked.
Are you working tomorrow? Yes, I am.
What time do you start and finish your work tomorrow?
I studied or I was studying Maths for 5 years.
When I was a child my parents worked physically had physically intensive jobs. * - I assume you are talking about employment here.
When I am meeting with an anxious patient I always try to put him.her them at ease.
Jherad wrote: Are the sentences below correct? (Original post)

QuoteWhen I am going on holiday I usually travel by train.
When I am going by car I usually go on the motorway.

Why

When I am going on holiday....
When I am going by car is wrong?

How about..?
When I am looking for a dictionary I go to the bookshop.
When I am travelling by plane I always eat some airline food.

What kind of people work on the board?
Students: Are you brave enough to let our tutors analyse your pronunciation?
The subject of the first cause is implied by the second.

Rearranging the clauses would probably make it easier to read:

I usually travel by train when going on holiday.
I usually go* on the motorway when going by car. (* - repetitive, travel would work well here as in the previous sentence)

All sorts of people work on the board. I am a native speaker who has done some basic literacy volunteer work locally, but am not an ESL professional. There are professional English teachers here too.

I am not infallible. Emotion: wink