Could you tell me please whether the time expression "for the moment" is used in Present Simple or Present Continuous?Or in both cases?Also, could you provide me with the examples to confirm your answer?Is the meaning of "for the moment" the same as the definition of the phrase "at the moment"?Can the rules of the usage of "at the moment" be applied to "for the moment" mentioned above? Thanks in advance for your answers.

  • Could you clarify why this question has come up? AFAIK, there is no restriction on what verb aspect is used with "for the moment" or similar statements. – TaliesinMerlin Jan 9 at 19:04

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