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For the sentense "We will be closed" can somebody explain what kind of tense it is in. If I'm referring to something in the future to say that the store is be closed tomorrow, why does the word "close" need to be in the past tense? I kind of understand the logic behind it, but I need some clarification from you grammar experts out there.
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Why is open in the present tense and closed in the past tense in the following sentence?

On Saturday the store will be open but on Sunday the store will be closed.

'Open' and 'closed' here are used as adjectives.

Other examples -

eg an open window / a closed widow
'eg an open store / a closed store

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Very good question on the end of the page. Please reply why Sunday store will be closed/Why not Sunday will be close?
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curioustimFor the sentense "We will be closed" can somebody explain what kind of tense it is in. If I'm referring to something in the future to say that the store is be closed tomorrow, why does the word "close" need to be in the past tense? I kind of understand the logic behind it, but I need some clarification from you grammar experts out there.
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Hello,

Could you please help me by saying if this sentence is correct and if not, why?:

"I received several text messages from parents asking me if thschool will be closed on Monday."

Thank you very much for your help.


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