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    simon1234 is offline Member
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    will and will be

    Hi there,
    What are the differences among these sentences?

    1. John will leave England next week.
    2. John will be leaving England next week.
    3. John is leaving England next week.
    4. John leaves England next week.

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    tedtmc is offline Key Member
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    Re: will and will be

    Quote Originally Posted by simon1234 View Post
    Hi there,
    What are the differences among these sentences?

    1. John will leave England next week.
    2. John will be leaving England next week.
    3. John is leaving England next week.
    4. John leaves England next week.

    tks
    simon
    No difference. It is using different tenses to express the same thing.
    No. 4 is used in news reporting.

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