We <study> English at ten tomorrow when you come to see.

  • Myridon

    Senior Member
    English - US
    I would say that both A and B are wrong.
    C might have a problem if it is read as meaning that we are waiting for you to arrive to study English and we are starting at 10 whether you arrive or not.
     

    tracker890

    Senior Member
    Chinese
    I would say that both A and B are wrong.
    C might have a problem if it is read as meaning that we are waiting for you to arrive to study English and we are starting at 10 whether you arrive or not.
    Dear Myridon:
    So, May I modify the sentences as follows:
    We study English tomorrow morning when you come to see us.
    We will study English tomorrow morning when you come to see us.
    We are studying English tomorrow morning when you come to see us.

    And the item "(D)" is correct.
     
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