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Anonymous asked in Education & ReferenceHomework Help · 1 month ago

I'm going to sing tomorrow vs I'm singing tomorrow vs I'm going to be singing tomorrow?

I'm taking an online English course and I got a bit confused. Are they all correct or do they mean something diffeent? Which one would you use and why?

Update:

My mother tongue is not English just to clarify.

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  • 1 month ago
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    Those are all correct. A singer who is going to be performing tomorrow could say any of those sentences. Examples below, where I've added a prepostional phrase:

    "I'm going to sing tomorrow at Benaroya Hall."

    "I'm singing tomorrow at Benaroya Hall."

    "I'm going to be singing tomorrow at Benaroya Hall."

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