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    future tense

    Hello teachers,

    I want to ask if I can use Future Continuous in this sentence:

    If all goes well, I should/shall/will be studying in Royal school for three months from 1st November.

    Also, is it correct to use 'from' before the date? or I should use 'since'?

    Thank you for reading my question.

    sincerely

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    Re: future tense

    Quote Originally Posted by Miao.L View Post
    Hello teachers,

    I want to ask if I can use Future Continuous in this sentence:

    If all goes well, I should/shall/will be studying in Royal school for three months from 1st November. Yes, this is fine.

    Also, is it correct to use 'from' before the date? or I should use 'since'? Use "from".

    Thank you for reading my question.

    sincerely
    .

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