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Hello, I've come across this in a BBC Vocabulary lesson:

-You know me, I'm talking about it {the weather} all the time.-Yes, you do, actually. Is this immediate shift from Present Continuous to Present Simple frequent/natural/obvious? It's puzzling for me because the answer is yes, but it's instantly softened. I think I understand why it was said, but how common is it? Have you ever said / Would you say anything like this?
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anonymous-You know me, I'm talking about it {the weather} all the time.
-Yes, you do, actually.

This does not actually follow. It should logically be "you are" not "you do". However, this small slip would largely go unnoticed in ordinary conversation.