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    #1

    fly

    After that meeting, I fly to Phoenix for another meeting.
    After that meeting, I will fly to Phoenix for another meeting.

    What is the difference in meaning of above sentences?
    Last edited by Rover_KE; 04-Sep-2014 at 22:12. Reason: Capitalising the name of the city.

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    #2

    Re: fly

    No difference in meaning. The second is arguably more grammatical.

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    #3

    Re: fly

    There is no difference. Both sentences say the same thing. After the meeting is over you are going to Phoenix (by plane).


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