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tell me the differences. Those are the sentences I found in my english text book. I will be starting a hospitality course tomorrow. I am starting a hospitality course tomorrow. I am about to start a hospitality course tomorrow. What and how are the differences or any mistake in any of them?? Thank you.
May 27, 2015 5:49 AM
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All of these are grammatically correct, and all them say exactly the same thing. It's just different ways to word the same idea. :)
May 27, 2015
They are all correct.There is no difference.All these forms are used to talk about future actions.
May 27, 2015
There are subtle differences in timing and intent IMHO. Yes, all sentences refer to the same day but: "I will be starting" is less certain than "I am starting" "I am about to" is closer to the day of tomorrow than "I am starting" and it also signals a stronger intent. But without the nitty-gritty: they are all the same :)
May 27, 2015
日本語に訳すと、 一つ目: 「明日からホスピタリティークラスを始めます。」 一つ目と二つめは全く同じ意味を表しています。 三つ目: 「ホスピタリティークラスを明日から始める所です。」 または、 「明日からホスピタリティークラスを始める所です。」
May 28, 2015
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