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Can some tell me which sentence is correct?

1. I'm attending a conference in the afternoon OR
2. i will be attending a conference in the afternoon

when i'm reporting to my superior

Lim

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zhezhe1. I'm attending a conference in the afternoon OR 2. I will be attending a conference in the afternoon.

Both are fine.

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I will be attending the luncheon or I will attend the luncheon

anonymousI will be attending the luncheon

You can use this to describe what you will be doing at a time someone has asked you to do something else.

— How about if you and I have lunch tomorrow at noon?
— Sorry. I can't. I will be attending a department luncheon (at that time).

anonymousI will attend the luncheon

You can use this to make a choice or indicate a decision.

— I was going to do some shopping during my lunch break tomorrow, but then I was invited to a department luncheon. I'm not sure what to do.
— Won't it be better for your career if you attend the luncheon?
— Good point. I'll attend the luncheon.

CJ