Use PRESENT continuous to talk about the FUTURE

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02-01-2024 • 7 min

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In English it’s very common to use the present continuous to talk about the future, in the case of activities that are planned, arranged, or scheduled. We’re going to see a LOT of examples today, and in the middle of the video I’ll ask you to create your own!

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OK, let’s look at positive sentences, negative sentences, and questions that show how we use the present continuous for future plans/arrangements.

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