- 1 Post By britdam007
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What is the difference between 1) He will meet the manager this Friday and 2) He will be meeting the manager this Friday? Could you please advise?
Re: Future tense
The first may suggest certainty about 'him' meeting the manager. It may also suggest 'his' willingness to meet the manager. The second may suggest a more casual idea - it just so happens that this future meeting is planned.
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