“I will be studying tomorrow”.
A. I told him that I will be studying the next day.
B. I told him that I would be studying the next day.
C. I told him that I wouldn’t be studying the next day.
Subject – Predicate Irregular VerbPrepositionsVocab and GrammarComperative and SuperlativeComparative AdjectivesPresent Perfect Simple & ContinuousVocabulary & GrammarIntensifiers: Really vs Very
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Which of the following sentences represents the present progressive: future meaning.
A. My mother is travelin to New York next week.
B. My mother traveled to New York last week.
C. My mother is traveling to new York right now.
D. My mother travels to New York.
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Choose either “is” or “are” to fill in the blank:The politician, despite his many scandals and lies, ____ ahead in the polls.
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