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I'm reading a book.

And at the same time:

I'm listening to music.

Combining these, we have:

I'm reading a book while listening to music.

Am I correct?

What are the other ways to express this?

I'm talking only about present continuous tense.

Thank you.

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All of these are possible:

I'm reading a book at the same time as listening to music.

At the same time as reading a book, I'm listening to music.

I'm reading a book and listening to music at the same time.

I'm at the same time reading a book and listening to music.

I'm simultaneously reading a book and listening to music.

I'm reading a book and listening to music simultaneously.

Simultaneously, I'm reading a book and listening to music.

  • Or just simply I'm reading a book and listening to music. – Jason Bassford Apr 20 at 14:55

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