Oct 1st, 2016, 12:15 am
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Join Date: Sep 14th, 2016
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I have come up with a scenario and would like to talk about it.
Suppose that you have just been hired to teach in your "old" school. The "old" school refers to the one you graduated from. You are now talking a teacher there. This is what you are saying.
(1) You say, "I am happy to come back and teach (or happy to be coming back to teach) next week. I hope that my previous teachers still remember me."
(2) You say, "I am happy to come back and teach (or happy to be coming back to teach) next week. I hope that my previous teachers will still remember me."
May I ask two questions?
(A) Which one is grammatically correct - "happy to come back and teach" or "happy to be coming back to teach"?
(B) Which one is correct - "still remember me" or "will still remember me"?
Thanks a lot.
Last edited by susan53 : Oct 6th, 2016 at 09:58 am.