Tempo verbal - Presente com sentido futuro
The Present Simple and Continuous can also refer to the future, but they are used in a different way. We use the Present Simple to talk about a future, timetabled event.
The Present Continuous is used to talk about what we have already arranged to do. It is also possible to use the 'going to' form, but the Present Continuous is more natural when we are referring to arrangements.



   Nesta matéria
Text: Paula's parents are coming home