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.