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    #1

    what's the difference

    Dear experts,
    Could you comment on the difference in meaning between the two sentences below:

    1. Are you going to use your bike tomorrow?
    2. Will you be using your bike tomorrow?

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    Re: what's the difference

    There may well be no real difference in practice.

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