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    Hi,
    Can anyone tell me which is correct please,

    "I am staying in tonight." or "I am going to stay in tonight."

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    Re: grammar

    Quote Originally Posted by etteniotna View Post
    Hi,
    Can anyone tell me which is correct please,

    "I am staying in tonight." or "I am going to stay in tonight."
    They are both correct, and they mean the same thing. You are not going out tonight.

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