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Can I use present continuous tense in English to refer to an action that took place 10 seconds ago and is not happening anymore or one can use present continuous tense only to refer to an action that is taking place at the very moment?

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Can I use present continuous tense in English to refer to an action that took place 10 seconds ago and is not happening anymore or one can use present continuous tense only to refer to an action that is taking place at the very moment?

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