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    vladz Guest

    future progressive

    I'll be teaching future progressive this Saturday. Please check if my idea is correct between the difference of simple future and future progressive.

    Example sentences:

    Simple Future: I will study when you get home.
    Future progressive: I will be studying when you get home.

    With the simple future, I will only study when you arrive unlike with the future progressive I am already in the act of studying when you arrive.

    Am i right?

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    Good luck!

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