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    tufguy is offline VIP Member
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    I do not know what I will be doing ten years from now.

    1) I do not know what I will be doing ten years from now.

    2) I do not know what I will be doing after ten years from now.

    3) I do not know what I will be doing after ten years.

    Please check my sentences.

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    Re: I do not know what I will be doing ten years from now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Piscean View Post
    The first is correct and natural.
    The second is not very natural.
    The third is possible, but unlikely.
    1) I do not know what I will be doing ten years from now.

    3) I do not know what I will be doing after ten years.

    Is there a difference in the meaning of these two sentences?

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