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What's the difference between 'stay' and 'be staying'? 1# If you’re staying overnight, I’ll try and find you a room. 2# If you stay overnight, I’ll try and find you a room. Does the first sentence mean that if you want to stay overnight today, I'll try and find you a room? Does the second sentence mean that if you stay overnight in future, I 'll try...? Thank you.
Mar 5, 2014 8:16 AM
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If you’re staying overnight = if you have already decided this If you stay overnight = this is the possibility
March 5, 2014
i think , there is no different between them.
March 5, 2014
Sanya
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