Question: Will You Come Or Will You Be Coming?

Are you coming tomorrow reply?

“Are you coming with us next week?” is a perfectly fine way of asking whether someone is coming in the future.

Thank you.

Are you coming with us [right now / tomorrow / next week].

– Yes, [I’m coming with you right now / tomorrow / next week]..

Would you come or will you come?

3 Answers. While both ‘go’ and ‘come’ are perfectly correct, in normal usage ‘come’ implies a movement towards the speaker.

Will come means?

Almost all my friends say “I will be coming tomorrow” to refer that they are coming tomorrow.

Can and could grammar?

Can, like could and would, is used to ask a polite question, but can is only used to ask permission to do or say something (“Can I borrow your car?” “Can I get you something to drink?”). Could is the past tense of can, but it also has uses apart from that–and that is where the confusion lies.

Will be coming grammar?

If you will be coming, then when the time comes, you will arrive. If you say I would be coming, then you will not arrive. Because “I would be coming” is subjunctive. It means you would be coming if things were different.

What does coming mean sexually?

Sexology. noun (slang) Ejaculate; semen. verb (slang) To orgasm. Segen’s Medical Dictionary.

Will be coming or is coming?

the to be verb allows you to use present particle (verb ending in -ing) You can say, “I will come at 3pm” You could also say “I will be coming at 3pm” but would be fine if you added, “I will be coming at 3pm after I finish my homework” Here is a website to help you use these tenses http://www.englishpage.com/verbpage/ …

What you will or what will you?

When it’s not actually asking a question, it has normal subject–verb order ‘you will’. This can be because it’s subordinate to another verb, or because it’s being used as a noun phrase: I want to know what you will do.

How do you say I will come?

i will come / synonymsi will go.i shall come.i would come.come up there.flipped it.i come.i will reach.shall go.More items…

Are you coming tomorrow or will you come tomorrow?

There is no sense of obligation, unless the obligation comes from the tone of voice or the context. “Are you coming tomorrow to the company picnic?” “Are you coming tomorrow or the next day?” “Will you come tomorrow” is a request: “Your mom needs to see you, will you come tomorrow?”

Can I drop in tomorrow meaning?

To come to some place for a casual visit: We’ll drop in and see how you’re doing tomorrow.