Are the following two answers totally equal in meaning?

What are you doing? I'm doing my English homework. Do you do your homework in the morning?

  1. Yes, I do English after I have breakfast.
  2. Yes, I do English after having breakfast.
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    I think you want "Do you do youR homework". – StoneyB on hiatus May 1 '17 at 11:02
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    Yes, they are both equal. However, not all verbs work this way -- some use the infinitive, while others use the gerund. – Andrew May 1 '17 at 15:19

Yes, in this case they are both equal. Don't be too quick to generalise from it, though.

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