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Does this mean you won't come on the tour with us?
Does this mean you won't be coming on the tour with us?


The second implies the speaker's emotion a bit more, right?

Is there another difference?
Can both be used interchangeably?

Thanks
LiJ
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Hi LiJ
There are sometimes subtle differences even though the structures in actual fact have the same meaning. Does this mean you won't be coming? may sound a little less inquisitive and thus more polite than Does this mean you won't come? even though whoever asks the question naturally wants to know whether "you" are coming or not.
Cheers
CB
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I understand how 'will be ing' works here. Thanks, CB.

By the way, nice avatar. Emotion: smile