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    will arrive/will be arriving

    "we'll be arriving at the destination soon"

    What kind of grammatical structure is this? Is it any different from "we'll arrive at the destination soon"?

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    Re: will arrive/will be arriving

    Try this thread. Come back here if you still have questions.

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