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    HURRY vs BUSY

    what is the diffirence between
    .i'm in a hurry
    &
    .i'm busy


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    Re: HURRY vs BUSY

    The first says that you are going somewhere in a rush [possibly because you are late] or doing something in a rush.

    I am in a hurry to get this parcel to the post office before it closes


    The second says that you are doing something which you do not want to stop doing.

    Sorry, I will not be able to come to the party tomorrow. I am busy moving house.

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