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Jennysh

Hi, there is a sentence in the dialogue saying, "Are you available tomorrow?" Why it doesn't say "will you be available tomorrow." Instead?  Thank you so much!

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PHIL73

Hello Jennysh,

I think, without being sure, that the meaning is quite the same in both sentences.

But there could be a slight difference:

- "Are you available tomorrow?" (don't you have any arrangements already made for tomorrow?)

- "Will you be available tomorrow?" (can you predict about tomorrow, whether you not being busy)

But as I said above, I'm not very sure and my answer needs confirmation.

Best regards

 

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