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This is the first time I've visited/ I'm visiting
If I'm visiting New York City, then should I say 'This is the first time I've visited New York City' or 'This is the first time I'm visiting New York City'?
Could I ask native English teacher to help me? Thank you very much.
Re: This is the first time I've visited/ I'm visiting
"This is the first time I've visited New York" sounds better to me, but "the first time I'm visiting" is okay took.
Actually, though, I'd use a different expression, more colloquial:
"This is the first time I've been to New York."
You can also say,
"This is my first time in New York."
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