Okay, so it seems today's my day of banal questions. But, hey, everyone has one from time to time. My doubts occured when I wanted to translate a sentence to English.
She's usually very talkative when we travel to school.
Yet something rang a bell, and left me a little bit confused. I'm sure I've heard many sentences that utilize present continuous in such cases, making the sentence look like this:
She's usually very talkative when we're traveling to school.
Is it correct though? Or should I always stick to present simple when I'm talking about recurring situations and habits, which means that the following structures are incorrect?
I love it when she smiles when I'm kissing her.
When I'm drinking tea, I like to relax and let my thoughts flow.
Gah, it's embarrassing to pose such basic questions :<
Also, I would appreciate it if you could correct mistakes in my posts, should any appear.