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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #1077: Present continuous/Present simple for future events
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    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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    1. Tom tonight. (not to work). He never works on Sundays.

    2. We with friends when we get to Boston. (to stay) We've never been there.

    3. Sandra Sarah at the railway station tomorrow. (to see)

    4. We can't come. We are busy. We tonight. (to work)

    5. The train at 10 am tomorrow morning. (to arrive)

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