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Usage Examples Present Cont. vs. Present Simple vs. Future Simple

  • Do you promise me that you will study hard? -
  • Perhaps James will visit New York one day. -
  • I am not staying at my parents' house during my Christmas break. -
  • When does the race start? -
  • When are you leaving to Kyiv? -
  • When does the festival end? -
  • Will you help me with the presentation? -
  • We will meet again one day. -
  • Does the conference start next week? -
  • You will share your office with Jack. Welcome! -
  • We are not watching a movie today. -
  • My sister will be fifteen next month. -
  • What are you doing this weekend? -
  • Our friends are coming in two days. -
  • Are you meeting at the restaurant tonight? -
  • I am not running the race on Saturday. -
  • Anna is not coming with us. -
  • I think they will lose. -
  • This is my ticket, I am leaving tomorrow. -
  • Look at the clouds, I think it will rain. -
Present Cont. vs. Present Simple vs. Future Simple

Rules for using Present Cont. vs. Present Simple vs. Future Simple in English grammar with examples.