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When in future progress tense
Mary will be living in Texas.
Mary's husband will be returning from his job in South America.
Use when to conbin two sentences.
When Mary is living in Texas, her husband will be returning from his job in South
Is it correct or not?
Please explain "return from" for me.
It is a question from my grammar exam.
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
when 連接，再刪去重複的部分（will be）將returning
Mary will be living in Texas when her husband return from his job in South America.
2008-05-06 09:34:17 補充：
2008-05-07 08:08:05 補充：
return from 意指 從某某地方回來
- inthisx_00Lv 51 decade ago
I think You should use"and" to combine these two sentences. It's more correct. It is weird to use "when".
Mary is living in Texas and her husband will be returning from his job in South America.
"return" means "come back" .
2008-05-06 04:31:02 補充：
I think You should use and to combine these two sentences. It is more correct. It is weird to use when.
2008-05-06 04:31:32 補充：
return means come back
2008-05-07 22:06:01 補充：
I am wrong and Frank is right.