Gram­mar

Us­ing “will be” to talk about a fu­ture task

Business Spotlight - - LANGUAGE -

When talk­ing about when we ex­pect tasks to be com­pleted in the fu­ture, we can use will be. Look at these ex­am­ples from the emails:

When will the tech­nol­ogy re­search re­port be fin­ished? It’ll be fin­ished in about ten days.

Note: It is also pos­si­ble to use the form “go­ing to be”.

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