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dang your awsom
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Well future verb is something you plan to do in the (most of the time near) future. like "I will go" i'm going" "i plan to go" or "I'm going to go".
Something that hasnt happened yet but you expect to happen
well in the first one she is looking forward to the future weekend for what is to come. then in the second he already has lessons every other weekend. Then in the third she already had missed her trip lastly He someday in the future wants to. someday when used means it may or may not happen.
haha well the middle two are in the past so they are out
Then the last one has someday in it...
sorry my computers waky
all good, im using my phone so I'm no better
it said someday so fut
I would think it is the first one. Someday would mean that it could or couldnt happen. With the first one we already know she is going in the future
okay so its A
I would say a. The others seem to hint at the past or that it might not occur. They try and trick ya with the wording of the answers though. : )
thx and can you fan me for when i need your help
done. : )
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