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Hello

Please which one is correct?

1- By this time tomorrow we ..... the meeting.
A- will have
B- will have had
C- are having
D- will had had

2. ..... orange juice in the fridge.
A- There isn't no
B- There is an
C- There isn't any
D- There aren't no

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I think:

1- A

2- C
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1-B (forced by "by"), 2-C, IMO

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Also:
Future cont/ or future perfect
Why did we use Future Perfect here?
I have another question:

-There ..... spectators at the match.
A. were no
B. weren't no
C. were any
D. were not

Which one is correct?

I think it's "A".
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Onh1986I have another question:

-There ..... spectators at the match.
A. were no
B. weren't no
C. were any
D. were not

Which one is correct?
I think it's "A".
IMO, correct.
But why didn't we choose "were not"?
There were spectators at the match.

There were no spectators at the match.

You cannot say

There were not spectators at the match.
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