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  1. Coolpro_unreg
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    Wink Going to vs Present Continous

    "I am going to buy a new car tomorrow"
    "I am buying a new car tomorrow"
    Are these sentences equivalent?

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    Re: Going to vs Present Continous

    I've registered to your forum. So, i would be happy if anybody answered the question. Thanks a lot!

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    Smile Re: Going to vs Present Continous

    Quote Originally Posted by Coolpro_unreg View Post
    "I am going to buy a new car tomorrow" You're planning to buy a car. It's just your intention to buy a car.
    "I am buying a new car tomorrow" You've already planned to buy a car, and tomorrow you're putting your plan into action.
    Are these sentences equivalent?

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