Community Web Version Now Available
ALTH
Which one is correct? When will you be available? When are you available? Thanks
2020年8月31日 03:57
3
0
Answers · 3
Both are correct! :) "When will you be available?" sounds longer and little more formal than "When are you available?" (<--This one is more casual.)
2020年8月31日
Both of these sentences are correct. They have almost the same meaning, and they can be used interchangeably in most contexts. When will you be available? - suggests some time in the future or far future. (tomorrow or later) When are you available? - suggests some time in the near future. (today/tomorrow)
2020年8月31日
ALTH
Language Skills
Chinese (Mandarin), English, German, Korean
Learning Language
English, German, Korean