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What do you think he is doing?
1. I think he is playing computer games on the computer.

2. I think he is playing a computer game on the computer.

(Which answer is right? Do we have to use the singular form or the plural form?)

  • English -

    If you use the first sentence, you are speaking in general.

    If you use the second sentence, you are speaking specifically about what "he" is doing at the moment.

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