ColinR wrote:Q4: "present continuous/progressive used as a future form" Usually used when talking something happening in the present however we add a future word like tomorrow, tonight, August etc. EG: I am going to the cinema tonight.
I would avoid using "going to" in such examples as it gets confused with the form in Q2 (although that would really be "I am going to go to the cinema tonight"). You can easily use another verb - I am meeting him tomorrow. You might want to explain WHY we use it (eg existing plan).
ColinR wrote:I am a native English speaker and struggling, this stuff is not taught to you at school, you just kind of know it - It's so hard. Haha.
Dead right. No native English speaker in the street could answer this stuff, though of course they all use it perfectly all the time. Problem is, students will ask you about this incessantly.
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