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  1. Member
    Interested in Language
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    the answers to a question

    "Do you want to go to a theme park with me tommorrow?"

    'Sorry but I have something to do tommorrow."

    Does this answer(the way I word it) sound strange to native speakers' ears?


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    English Teacher
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    Re: the answers to a question

    First, note the correct spelling of "tomorrow".
    Second, your answer is OK. You will probably hear "Sorry, I'm [already] doing something else tomorrow" or "Thanks, but I'm busy tomorrow" more often.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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