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    Default I am not a teacher - tenses question

    what is the difference between

    i'm finishing my exams next week
    and
    i'll have finished my exams by next week

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    Default Re: I am not a teacher - tenses question

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    what is the difference between

    I'm finishing my exams next week. During next week I will be in the process of finishing my exams, the exams will be finished by the end of the week.
    and
    I'll have finished my exams by next week. Sometime next week my exams will be finished.
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