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Dear all,

I would like to know whether the answers of B and C to both questions are apt to the context. If wrong, please correct them.

A: What are you doing at ten tomorrow morning?

B: I am having a Spanish class at ten.

C: I have a Spanish class at ten.


A: What do you do at ten tomorrow morning?

B: I have a Spanish class at ten.

C: I am having a Spanish class at ten.


Thank you.

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cat navy 425A: What are you doing ...

— What are you doing at ten tomorrow morning?
— I have Spanish class.

cat navy 425What do you do at ten tomorrow morning?

I wouldn't ask this question unless I were reminding a child of something scheduled for them the next day.

CJ

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Dear all,

I would like to know whether the answers of B and C to both questions are apt to the context. If wrong, please correct them.

A: What are you doing at ten tomorrow morning? perfect. In conversation English, using pressent progressive for future is very common. i.e. I am having a BBQ party at my house this coming Saturday, let me know if can come.

B: I am having a Spanish class at ten. Grammatically correct, but not recommended

C: I have a Spanish class at ten. This is fine, no need to repeat the time.


A: What do you do at ten tomorrow morning? Even if looks correct, Never use present tense for future.

B: I have a Spanish class at ten.

C: I am having a Spanish class at ten.


Thank you.

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