Interested in Language
- Which one of these sentences is correct? I have doubt about where to put the subject...
1) What will you be looking for this time tomorrow?
2) What will be you looking for this time tomorrow?
- what differences of meaning are there in these two sentences?
1) I have been living in Lodon for two months.
2) I have lived in London for two months.
Do they both mean the same thing? or the first one means that I still live in London so I'm supposed to pronouce this sentence if I live in London and the second one means that I lived in London for a particular period of my life without saying when? And in this second case, should it be right to use the simple past instead of present perfect simple such as : I lived in London for two months.
Thanks so much for your answers!