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If it rains tomorrow, it will have been raining for a week.
If it rains tomorrow, it will have rained for a week.
Do the above two samples mean the same to you? Thanks.
Last edited by angliholic; 09-Oct-2007 at 17:28.
That doesn't make logical sense to say it's not raining now, regardless of which way your phrase the comment about tomorrow.
If tomorrow will make 7 straight days of rain, then logic tells you it's raining today. Otherwise, tomorrow would be "one day in a row" and not "seven days in a row."