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Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1077: Present continuous/Present simple for future events
Present continuous/Present simple for future events
Present continuous for future events:
Used to talk about arrangements. More than one person is aware of the event. Some preparation has already happened.
For example: I am coming to your home tonight (you know that and a meal is waiting for me - thank you :) ).
Present simple for future events:
Used for something scheduled, which always occurs at the same time.
For example: My plane leaves tomorrow at 5 pm. (it always leaves at 5 pm on Mondays).
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