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I have locked up the internet to find an answer to my question by unfortunately I did not find a clear answer.

So my question is: Are these time markers used for particular tenses (e.g: Past progressive, present perfect, etc.) or it can be used in any tense? because most of the time I see these expressions used with progressive tenses only.

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No, they are not restricted to progressive or perfect tenses.

"I work all day so I study law at night school." Present tense, habitual action.

"I shall work all day tomorrow, but I shall be free the day after." Simple future.

"I worked all day last Saturday." Simple past.

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