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Any problem with the following sentence?
I will finish my assignment by tomorrow.
1. I will have my assignment done by tomorrow.
2. I will finish my assignment by tomorrow.
3. I will finish my assignment tomorrow.
1. and 2. mean the same. Literally, by 12 midnight today but more probably by the time it is due tomorrow.
3. is not the same as 1. or 2. because literally it means that the assignment would be finished sometime/anytime during the day tomorrow.
what is the difference between the following sentences?
1. I will have finished this assignment by tomorrow.
2. I will have this assignment done by tomorrow.
3. I will get this assignment done by tomorrow
No difference among the three sentences.
I can't see any differences among the 3 boys
I can't see any differences between the 3 boys
Or in my field of work, you would never say: 'This agreement, dated 25 May 2010, was entered into among party A, party B and party C.'
Any anything wrong with this sentence:
I will finish my assignment tomorrow.
It is perfectly correct. I will try to explain the difference between the two sentences which are both correct;
In (1) tomorrow is a noun linked to the sentence by a preposition ‘by’ which means; at or before, have a look at the following example:
- I will finish my assignment by tomorrow.
- I will finish my assignment tomorrow.
I usually finish work by(at or before) five o'clock.
I will finish my assignment by tomorrow(on or before the day following today).
In (2) tomorrow is an adverb modifying the verb of the sentence. See the examples below:
Come tomorrow(on the day following today) at this same time.
I will finish my assignment tomorrow.( on the day following today)