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    Using future tense correctly

    Hi,
    I have some issues with this sentence
    "-IMPRINT will be a full day event, consisting of four interactive sessions..-"


    Actually the event is scheduled to happen in the future.But I think it is better to write it in this way.It would be great if you could help with a proper explanation.


    "IMPRINT is a full day event, consisting of four interactive.."


    Cheers.

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    Re: Using future tense correctly


    IMPRINT will be a full day event, consisting of four interactive sessions..

    IMPRINT is a full day event, consisting of four interactive..



    Both are possible.

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