Usage examples Present Cont. vs. Present Simple vs. Future Simple

  • We are having a meeting this Monday.

  • Our friends are coming in two days.

  • Will you help me with the presentation?

  • Your bag is heavy, I'll carry it for you.

  • I am sure everything will be alright.

  • This is my ticket, I am leaving tomorrow.

  • I am not running the race on Saturday.

  • We are not watching a movie today.

  • We are moving to London next week.

  • They promise they will help us.

  • The concert starts at seven o'clock in the evening.

  • What are you doing this weekend?

  • My sister will be fifteen next month.

  • I will be back as soon as possible.

  • It is dark. My mother will turn on the light.

  • I think they will lose.

  • I'm hungry, I'll have a sandwich.

  • Does the next tram come in ten minutes?

  • When does the next bus come?

  • The library closes at seven o'clock.

  • Look at the clouds, I think it will rain.

  • What do you think? Will it snow tomorrow?

  • My mother thinks I won't fail the exam.

  • You will share your office with Jack. Welcome!

  • We will meet again one day.

  • The plane lands in New York at noon.

  • It's cold here, I will close the window.

  • Do you promise me that you will study hard?

  • Anna is not coming with us.

  • This day will come sooner or later.

  • We are not going to the theatre tonight, I am ill.

  • When are you leaving to Moscow?

  • My mother's birthday is not on Wednesday.

  • Are you meeting at the restaurant tonight?

  • The train to London leaves at eleven pm.

  • Will you ask your father about the party?

  • The museum opens at ten am.

  • When does the festival end?

  • I am sure scientists will find the cure for this disease.

  • When does the race start?

  • Does the conference start next week?

  • I am not staying at my parents' house during my Christmas break.

  • It's too late, they won't come.

  • They will not win the World Cup, I am sure.

  • The zoo does not close at seven pm.

  • Where is Mary staying in Tokyo?

  • Perhaps James will visit New York one day.

  • The classes do not start at half past eight in the morning.

  • What will you do if he does not call?

  • They are staying in Paris for a week.