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Which one of the two is more frequently used? 1. Tomorrow will be/is Monday. 2. Tomorrow will be/is my birthday. 3. Tomorrow will be/is the due date. Which one of the two is more frequently used? Can you see any difference between the two?
11 mar 2010 05:56
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I see what you mean - because tomorrow indicates a future event, it makes sense to use "to be". However, if you're describing tomorrow (as a noun) then it makes sense to use the present tense "is". I think, especially in spoken English, "tomorrow is..." is more commonly used. Yet both are correct.
11 marca 2010
Rick
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Chinese (Mandarin), Chinese (Shanghainese), English
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Chinese (Shanghainese), English