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1.Don't come at 9.00.We'll have dinner then. be having

2.I'll see the dentist on Monday morning at 8 o'clock. am seeing


Is this correct?

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vsureshas for #2 either of them is acceptable

Yes, but while the OP contrasted will see with am seeing, you contrasted will take with going to take (not am taking), so there is a sort of disconnect between the two pairs of examples. Sorry. Emotion: sad

CJ

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Yes, the highlighted ones are the correct answers.


However, as for #2 either of them is acceptable. The choice depends on the context.


A: I have toothache.

B: Is it? I will take you to the dentist on Monday.

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A: What are you doing on Monday morning?

B: I am going to the dentist.

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1. Don't come at 9(:)00. We'll be having dinner then.


2. "I'll see" Is correct and can also be written, "I will see..." or " I will be seeing ..." or "I'll be seeing..." are correct.

 CalifJim's reply was promoted to an answer.

I am sorry. Thank you, CJ.


I have made the changes here.

A: I don't want you to delay your visit to the dentist.

B: All right. I will see the dentist on Monday.

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A: What are you doing on Monday morning?

B: I am seeing the dentist.

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