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    #1

    I'll be coming

    What is the difference between "future progressive" and "simple future" for a schedule? Is 1 stronger than 2 in terms of willingness? I can't tell the difference.

    1. I'll be coming home early today. Let's have dinner together.
    2. I'll come home early today. Let's have dinner together

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    Re: I'll be coming


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