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    future tense

    Hi!
    My friend has a training on monday. (only monday) Today is friday. I want to know his training place. How do i ask that in future tense?
    THank you

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    Re: future tense

    Quote Originally Posted by prasadisri View Post
    Hi!
    My friend has a training on monday. (only monday) Today is friday. I want to know his training place. How do i ask that in future tense?
    THank you
    Where are you going on Monday?
    Where will you be on Monday?
    Where is your training on Monday?
    Where do you have to go on Monday?
    And many others.

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    Re: future tense

    I'm wonder. I think we should use the present simple, becuase the friend doesn't change a training place every time.
    "Where do you train?" is acceptable I guess.
    Please, correct all my mistakes. I should know English perfectly and if you show me my mistakes I will achieve my dream a little bit faster. A lot of thanks.

    Not a teacher nor a native speaker.

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    Re: future tense

    Quote Originally Posted by Boris Tatarenko View Post
    I'm wonder. I think we should use the present simple, becuase the friend doesn't change a training place every time.
    "Where do you train?" is acceptable I guess.
    "Could" use the present simple would be better. Your example is acceptable.

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    Re: future tense

    Thank y'll !!

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