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    In the Future? In Future?

    Can anyone tell me which one is correct? Or are they the same? Thanks!!!


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    Re: In the Future? In Future?

    In my opinion, in future is starting from now, 'In the future' just means telling somebody what will happen and does not make out the exact time.
    Am I right, teachers?

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    Re: In the Future? In Future?

    Quote Originally Posted by iamwkk View Post
    Can anyone tell me which one is correct? Or are they the same? Thanks!!!
    When "future" is used as a noun, it is preceded by the definitie article (except in newspaper headline register).

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