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    #1

    Are both sentences correct?

    Andrew ______ to see us this evening

    a) will come b) comes c) is coming



    Can someone please confirm that a) and c) are both correct answers and why.



    Thanks




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    #2

    Re: Are both sentences correct?

    Hi Anne ,
    ( Im not a Teacher )
    I think the three answers are correct .
    Regarding the answer B , there are some specific verbs could be used to indicate the future tense without using (will or shall) .
    Such verbs like : come, open , end , close , start , finish , begin ,....

    our meeting starts this evening at 9:00.


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    #3

    Re: Are both sentences correct?

    "Andrew comes to see us today." (It is his regular day for visiting,)

    "Andrew will come to see us today, I know he will. He promised."

    "Andrew is coming to see us today."

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