Poll: Which is correct?

Which is correct?

In future, I want to become a big star.
In the future, I want to become a big star.
Both (no difference)
Both (they're different)

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  • Votes: 429
  • Comments: 7
  • Added: January 2004

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Comments:

Ravi

What is the difference please?

MPG

in future = from now on
in the future = at some time in the future

Trish

How can you say that NOW is Future. Now is present.

Viirve

MPG is saying FROM now ON. All the time from now on is future.

Dalriata

..unless its from NOW on...

:P

Rob

In future -- future is a noun, like a place not time.

Brittany:)

easyyy :)

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