Many of you know that you can use “will” or “be going to do something” for the future, but do you know that you can use the regular present progressive for the future as well?
What are you doing tonight?
I’m staying at home and reading a book.
The only rule is you have to have some kind of time to show that it’s in the short term future, like “tonight”. It doesn’t have to be exact.
Watch the following blog post and send me any questions.
Transcript is coming!