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    Corrrect?

    "He said there's going to be many people waiting for us at the conference hall at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. Make sure you get there in time."

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    "I won't be working at 8 o'clock. I'll get it done by that time."

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    Re: Corrrect?

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    "He said there's going to be many people waiting for us at the conference hall at 9 o'clock tomorrow morning. Make sure you get there in time."

    OR

    "I won't be working at 8 o'clock. I'll get it done by that time."

    Both are correct. The nuance is that in the first sentence, something will start at the given time, whereas in the second sentence something will end.

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