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Hello again, teachers...

Please help me with the following (incomplete) sentence by replying to the questions I have of it. 

The sentence is:

- I call her everyday in the afternoon, but she doesn't respond to my calls at that time. God knows what she __________ (a. does, b. is doing) in the afternoon(s). 

Which option (present simple or present continuous?) do you think is appropriate or better (in case both are possible), please? Can we use the present continuous too to talk about somebody's habitual or repeated actions

Thank you. 
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I think 'present simple' would be correct because it's happening all the time not once. So, the correct sentence would be 'God knows what she does in thee afternoons'.
I wouldn't be surprised to see present continuous used in that sentence... I think if you want to add emphasis and a bit of annoyance then god knows what she's doing might be justified... Anyway, wait for others' replies.
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The only problem I see is that 'every day' should be two words, not one.
Mister MicawberThe only problem I see is that 'every day' should be two words, not one.
Mister Micawber, would you say then that both present simple and present continuous could be used in that sentence?

Thanks
Mister MicawberThe only problem I see is that 'every day' should be two words, not one.
Hmmm... Emotion: smile thank you, teacher, for making me aware of that mistake. So, you mean you won't have any objections toeither form, right?
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LaboriousSo, you mean you won't have any objections toeither form, right?
Right. I don't see any significant difference here beyond the possibility of what PS has suggested.
Thanks Mister Micawber. I wasn't sure if my way of thinking was correct.