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    by the end + future progressive

    1)"We will be forgetting everything by the next week."

    That's how I would understand it "If you test us before next week, you will see that we are already beginning to forget everything."

    2) "By the end of the year, they'll have learned all they need to know."

    Before the end of the year comes, you will be able to notice that they are learning all they need to know. Correct?
    Last edited by ostap77; 15-Dec-2010 at 14:52.

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    Re: by the end + future progressive

    1. Yes.
    2. Not quite - "...they have (already) learned all they need to know."

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