Demain

David

Kwiziq community member

11 July 2018

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Demain

I was marked wrong in a quiz for "Tu achètes une nouvelle voiture demain". It wanted "Tu vas acheter une nouvelle voiture demain". How does this differ from the example in this lesson "Je viens demain".


This relates to:
Using Le Présent for immediate/near future actions -

Alan

Kwiziq community member

16 July 2018

16/07/18

I think your answer would also be valid, but the English version you're asked to translate is: "You are going to buy a new car tomorrow" which hints that you should use the futur proche. If it had been "You're buying a new car tomorrow" then your answer would be correct.

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