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If the following sentences are all correct, do they share the same meaning? If so, which would you use or is more commonly used?

1) I work on Christmas Day.

2) I'll be working on Christmas Day.

3) I'm working on Christmas Day.

Thank you.

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teal lime1) I work on Christmas Day.

This is habitual. Every year in the past and future you do this on Christmas day.

teal lime2) I'll be working on Christmas Day.

It means that on Dec. 25, 2019 (the next occurrence of this holiday in the future) you will be at work.

Also:

I'm going to be working on Christmas Day. (Shows a future plan to do this.)

teal lime3) I'm working on Christmas Day.

You can say this just before or on the holiday. It has the same meaning as #2.

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