Is “I play soccer, but I’m not playing right now” grammatically correct? [closed]

I play soccer, but I’m not playing right now.

Does the sentence make sense?

Answer

It can mean two things:

  1. I play soccer regularly, but I am not actually engaged in playing right at this moment.

  2. I know how to play soccer, and have played regularly in the past, but at this stage in my life I’m not on a team or otherwise playing regularly.

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