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  1. Matt
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    Which is correct?

    Dear teachers,
    "What will you do after school today?"
    "What are you going to do after school today?"
    "What are you doing after school today?"
    All of them seem grammatically correct. Which one is (or ones are) wrong?
    Which one do native English speakers commonly use?

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    Re: Which is correct?

    The second and third sound better to me, the second asks about intentions and the third about plans. However, there's nothing wrong with the first. I would use the second or 'Are you doing anything after school today?'

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