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He is continually doing it.
(Adverb)

He is continuing to do/doing it.
(Verb)

Do they show the same meaning or there is a difference between these?

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He is continually doing it.
           (Adverb)

He is continuing to do/doing it.
             (Verb)

Do they show the same meaning or there is a difference between these?

Thanks
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