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'The athlete will train' vs 'The athlete trains'



 
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'The athlete will train' vs 'The athlete trains' #1 (permalink) Sat Aug 29, 2009 16:43 pm   'The athlete will train' vs 'The athlete trains'
 

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ESL/EFL Test #173 "Simple Present, Simple Past, Simple Future", question 5

The athlete ......... with the college track team next month.

(a) trains
(b) trained
(c) will train

English Language Tests, Intermediate level

ESL/EFL Test #173 "Simple Present, Simple Past, Simple Future", answer 5

The athlete will train with the college track team next month.

Correct answer: (c) will train
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my name is rosy i thing the answer a this questions is c
because next month mining future
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'The athlete will train' vs 'The athlete trains' #2 (permalink) Sun Aug 30, 2009 3:33 am   'The athlete will train' vs 'The athlete trains'
 

Yes, that's right, Rosy, although simple present ('trains') is possible if the sentence is talking about a set plan.
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'The athlete will train' vs 'The athlete trains' #3 (permalink) Mon Oct 17, 2011 14:20 pm   'The athlete will train' vs 'The athlete trains'
 

please explain: college track team =college team/team from college doing athletics, track and field (events), e.g. jogging?

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'The athlete will train' vs 'The athlete trains' #4 (permalink) Mon Oct 17, 2011 22:51 pm   'The athlete will train' vs 'The athlete trains'
 

Yes.
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