Posted on 01/05/2021 at 03:08 PM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek

Trust us — when we share Grammar Girl posts, we’re not doing it out of a smug sense of superiority.

More than likely, her tip is something we ourselves want to have hammered into our heads!

This post definitely falls into that category: whether to use “continually” or “continuously.”

Yes, they’re similar; no, they’re not synonymous. 

So check out Grammar Girl’s explanation of the difference between “continually” and “continuously” and her trick for remembering which one to use when.

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