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He must do it.

Acc to me it has only 1 meaning: he should do it right now or in future.

Now if I say, “he must be doing it”
It has two meaning, he is doing it right now or he is the one who has been doing it.

Let me know if I’m wrong

Thanks

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He must do it.

Acc to me it has only 1 meaning: he should do it right now or in future.

Now if I say, “he must be doing it” 
It has two meaning, he is doing it right now or he is the one who has been doing it.

Let me know if I’m wrong

Thanks
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