I always do and I'm always doing
Usually we say "I always do something" (I do it every time):
I always go to work by car (not i'm always going)
you can also say "I'm always doing something," but this has different meaning.
- I've lost my key again. I'm always losing things.
- "I'm always losing things" does not mean that I lose things every time. It means that I lose things too often or more often than normal.
- You're always -ing means that you do something very often, more often than the speaker things is normal or reasonable.
- You're always watching TV. You should do something more active
- you watch TV often
- John is never satisfied. He's always complaining.
- He complain often.