@Gustavo, Co-Moderator posted:
In the thread you quoted you asked:
I'm happy to be helping you.
~ I'm happy that I am helping you.
Is above "am helping" close either to "am about to help"(near future) or "present progressive"?
"To be helping" expresses a current, not a future action.
Hello, Gustavo, appreciate your reply.
And then, can I say, "I'm happy helping you." instead of "I'm happy to be helping you."? If this isn't idiomatic one to your ear, what is the difference?