davood007
simple future or simple past? which one is correct or more natural? To your driver: I won't need you tonight To your driver: I don't need you tonight
Nov 11, 2018 6:30 PM
Answers · 4
'I don't need you tonight' is fine, but if you want to use the future, 'I'm not going to be needing you tonight' is better; this seems to be 'because of something (my plans or other reasons)'. :)
November 11, 2018
you're right, I made a boo-boo
November 11, 2018
You mean 'simple future or simple present'
November 11, 2018
Past Simple, maybe [emoji][emoji]
November 11, 2018
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