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    #1

    Exclamation will/is going/ have done??

    Her plan has not arrived yet. We have waited/ are waiting for her more than hour.

    Which tense should be used here? or both can be accepted ? plz give reasons for correct one.

    Another one :

    Our trip is fnishing/ will finish next friday.

    Both can be accepted as true? if not why?

    Thanx a lot in advance dear friends!

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    Re: will/is going/ have done??

    Quote Originally Posted by vlkn View Post
    Her plan has not arrived yet. We have waited/ are waiting for her more than hour.

    Which tense should be used here, can both be accepted? Please give reasons for correct one.

    Another one :

    Our trip is finishing/ will finish next Friday.

    Can both be accepted as correct? If not why?

    Thanks a lot in advance dear friends!
    Both variations are acceptable.
    Last edited by emsr2d2; 24-Dec-2012 at 23:12. Reason: Added typo correction in quote

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    #3

    Re: will/is going/ have done??

    Quote Originally Posted by vlkn View Post
    plz give reasons for correct one.
    Plz Please don't ask for our voluntarily-given help in a manner that suggests we have to justify our responses.

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