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  1. Newbie
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    Going to vs Present Continuous


    Could you please tell me which sentence is correct?

    I am going to see "Titanic" at the cinema tonight.
    I am seeing "Titanic" at the cinema tonight.

    Going to see a movie I see as both an intention (going to) and a fixed arrangement (present continuous). Can someone clarify this for me please?


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    Re: Going to vs Present Continuous

    They are both correct.

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