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    Three questions..

    1. I figured I didn't have much of a chance.

    Can I say "much chance" in this sentence instead of "much of a"?

    2. I don't know if I am going to go

    Can this if be changed to whether?

    3. let's just see how things progress

    I don't know why there is a present sentence. I mean I think "let's just see how things will progress" is better..
    Am I wrong?

    Thank you in advance

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    Re: Three questions..

    I have answered your questions this time, layla, but please ask one question per thread in future. If different people respond to different questions in one thread, confusion can arise.

    1. Yes
    2. Yes
    3. Yes. You can use 'will', but the present tense is more common.[/QUOTE]

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