LS Refresher 26: Continually vs. Continuously

What is the difference between continually and continuously? Check out today’s LS Refresher video and find out.


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According to Dictionary.com, continuously means to persist or keep on going “uninterruptedly” or “unceasingly”. On the other hand, continually  means to persist or keep on going, but with breaks, interruptions and intervals.

 


 

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To watch the short LS video, please use the link below:

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