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Say that you assume that he is having fun.

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Hi there :)

The answer: He must be having fun.

My answer: He must have fun.

My question: Can we use both?

Do they mean the same?

Thank you in advance :)

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Hello Karolina,

Actually, they don't mean the same thing because of the fundamental difference between Present Simple and Present Continuous tenses:

He must be having fun (NOW).

He must have fun (EVERY DAY). 

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