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    accused??

    Which is correct?


    I am accused tomorrow.

    I have accused tomorrow.

    Thanks..........

    :wink:

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    Re: accused??

    Quote Originally Posted by ESL-lover
    Which is correct?


    I am accused tomorrow.

    I have accused tomorrow.

    Thanks..........

    :wink:
    I choose the second one, but unless tomorrow is somebody's name it doesn't make any sense to me. What do you accuse tommorow of doing? :wink:

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    Re: accused??

    Quote Originally Posted by RonBee
    What do you accuse tommorow of doing? :wink:

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    Never arriving? :wink:

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    I'd struggle to make a context for either of them.

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