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which one is correct in the U.S.? (simple present / present continuous / future with will should I use "simple present" or "present continuous"?/ will I have a meeting tomorrow I'm having a meeting tomorrow I'll have a meeting tomorrow
Oct 16, 2019 5:56 PM
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"I'll have" and "I have" are both OK. Ordinarily, present continuous is OK, but we usually don't use continuous tenses with stative verbs like "have". One weird exception is when "have" is something you're looking forward to: "I'm having chicken for dinner tonight" "I'm having Bob over as my guest tomorrow." However, people usually aren't excited about meetings, and it sounds weird to use "I'm having" next to "meeting."
October 16, 2019
I have a meeting tomorrow I'm having a meeting tomorrow I'll have a meeting tomorrow ( if you are planning it yourself )
October 16, 2019
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