Gramática - Inglés

Profesor en Alcorcón

La estructura básica del presente continuo para hablar del futuro:




agenda

El presente continuo se utiliza también para hablar sobre planes en el futuro (suele estar relacionado con una agenda, aunque sea "virtual"), por ejemplo:

A: Would you like to have lunch with me tomorrow?
B: Sorry, I can't. I'm having lunch with my boss tomorrow.

A: Are you going to the party at Mary's on Friday night?
B: I'd love to, but I'm working on Friday evening.

A: What are you doing this evening?
B: I have to help Robert finish his homework. He'll never manage without me.

A: How are you getting to Barcelona for the concert this weekend?
B: I'm flying with Iberia tomorrow night.

Practicar: Structure of present continuous for the future


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