Given the following sentence in the continuous present tense.
Are you doing your work regularly (or daily)?
It is a major source of my confusion. It is very unlikely to have such a tense.
Although it is the event that occurs regularly (mostly occurs daily), some speakers use such compositions especially those who study in English medium schools in my country, I do not know anything about native English speakers (It should not be mentioned here but very unluckily, I could not join a school because of some unavoidable circumstances, I am a self-learner).
In my native language, I have never seen such a sentence, neither in speaking nor in writing. We always use the following composition in the simple present tense.
Do you do your work regularly (or daily)?
How likely is it possible to have such a sentence in English (the first one)? In which particular situations, is it used?