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    present simple or continuous

    4- My English lesson....at four o'clock this afternoon
    a-is stating
    b-starts
    c-has been starting
    d start.

    I will prefer (b)..what about you?


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    Re: present simple or continuous

    of course the answer is choice b. The others are not correct

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    Re: present simple or continuous

    Quote Originally Posted by nado92 View Post

    4 - My English lesson ... at four o'clock this afternoon.

    a - is starting
    b - starts
    c - has been starting
    d - start

    I
    will prefer (b). What about you?
    I agree that (b) is the best option of these four. Of course, you can also use "My English lesson will start at four o'clock".

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