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Times Is the same future perfec progresive that future arragements??
Sep 15, 2018 12:19 AM
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No. Normally, we use present continuous or "going to" for future arrangements. "I'm going to London this weekend", "I'm visiting London this weekend". Future perfect continuous is a little more complex in its meaning. "I will have been writing for 2 hours" - Is an example. You should ask you teacher about perfect aspect if you're not sure how to use it exactly, but certainly don't use it for arrangements.
September 15, 2018
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