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    I am stil struggling about whether I can use "I am using the power socket." instead of "I am going to use the power socket".
    Do you see the distinction between them? May you tell me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodman View Post
    I am stil struggling about whether I can use "I am using the power socket." instead of "I am going to use the power socket".
    Do you see the distinction between them? May you tell me?
    If you said: "I am using the power socket this afternoon", for example, it would mean the same as "I am going to use the power socket this afternoon".

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