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CAn I say,
(a) He wears his helmet before he is riding his motorcycle now.
(b) He wears his helmet before he is riding his motorcycle every day.

Which one is correct?
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Vincent TeoCAn I say,
(a) He wears his helmet before he is riding his motorcycle now.
(b) He wears his helmet before he is riding his motorcycle every day.

Which one is correct?
(a) He wears his helmet before he rides his motorcycle.
(b) Every day he wears his helmet before he is rides his motorcycle .
Which one is correct if the sentences remain the structures?

(a) He wears his helmet before he is riding the motorcycle now.

(b) He wears his helmet before he is riding the motorcycle every
day.
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Both are incorrect. I would definitely not use them.
Shall I know the reasons? Both are incorrect? I thought (b) is correct.
Hi Vincent,

Here is my suggestion:

He wears his helmet while riding his motorcycle (every day).


You can also start the sentence with Every day if you like.

If you want to replace his with the, you need to address the object before using the definitive article.
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The above post of mine is edited as follows:

(a) He puts on his helmet before he rides his motorcycle.
(b) Every day he puts on his helmet before he rides his motorcycle.
Which is suitable "time parker " for the following sentence?

(a) He wears his helmet before riding his motorcycle (every day / now)
He puts on his helmet before riding his motorcycle every day.
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