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    present indefinite for events in the future

    How is it correct to say 'Next week he leaves the town and may return only next year'?

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    Re: present indefinite for events in the future

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    How is it correct to say 'Next week he leaves the town and may return only next year'?

    Thank you.
    Simple present and present progressive forms may be used for statements about future actions when used with a time reference, e.g. "next week".

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