which one is correct. or how do i use the two? are they the same?
stevesimon006 is right but for “I currently am…” It comes before a present tense verb (a word that ends with -ing (doing, having, running e.c.t.))
I Am Currently
the 2nd 1
If you want to emphasise “currently” you could say -“Currently I am unemployed.”
“I currently am …” sounds clumsy to my ears.
“I am currently..” sounds good.
“I am currently unemployed.”
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