I'm surprised by how it is hard to find something on the web, that would comprehensively describe every case of using 'when' statements. For instance, I've found that I can use statements like this:
- when (present simple), (present simple)
- when (past simple), (past simple)
I understand that I can say something like this:
I meet you when you arrive at the station.
But I'm also aware of continuous statements with 'when', but haven't found anything on it. For example:
When I'm doing homework, I always feel tired - is it correct? Or should I say "I'm always feeling tired" instead?
I'd be the most grateful, if you provided me how 'when' statements are called. Cause I know that 'if' statements are called 'conditional'.