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Would you please tell me which tenses are suitable here?

... the sun (KEEP) burning forever?

Sometime in the next twenty-five years, a spaceship with a human crew (LAND) on Mars.

My grammar book gives only two options: "to be going to + verb" and "will + verb". But I wonder the reason why I should avoid using the "continuous present" tense.

If I am right, would you kindly and readily help me?

Many thanks

Would you please tell me which tenses are suitable here?

... the sun (KEEP) burning forever?

Sometime in the next twenty-five years, a spaceship with a human crew (LAND) on Mars.

My grammar book gives only two options: "to be going to + verb" and "will + verb". But I wonder the reason why I should avoid using the "continuous present" tense.

If I am right, would you kindly and readily help me?

Many thanks

Would you please tell me which tenses are suitable here?

... the sun (KEEP) burning forever?

Sometime in the next twenty-five years, a spaceship with a human crew (LAND) on Mars.

My grammar book gives only two options: "to be going to + verb" and "will + verb". But I wonder the reason why I should avoid using the "continuous present" tense.

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Would you help me with Grammar? "Will" vs "going to" vs present continuous

... the sun(KEEP) burning forever?

Sometime in the next twenty-five years, a spaceship with a human crew (LAND) on Mars.

Would you please tell me which tenses are suitable here?

... the sun (KEEP) burning forever?

Sometime in the next twenty-five years, a spaceship with a human crew (LAND) on Mars.

In my GrammarMy grammar book is written they are the followinggives only two options:

To "to be going to + verb" and will +verb

"will + verb". But I wonder the reason why youI should avoid to useusing the following"continuous present" tense:

Continuous Present.

If I am right, would you kindly and readily help me?

Many thanks

Would you help me with Grammar?

... the sun(KEEP) burning forever?

Sometime in the next twenty-five years, a spaceship with a human crew (LAND) on Mars.

Would you please tell me which tenses are suitable here?

In my Grammar book is written they are the following:

To be going to and will +verb

But I wonder the reason why you avoid to use the following tense:

Continuous Present

If I am right, would you kindly and readily help me?

Many thanks

"Will" vs "going to" vs present continuous

Would you please tell me which tenses are suitable here?

... the sun (KEEP) burning forever?

Sometime in the next twenty-five years, a spaceship with a human crew (LAND) on Mars.

My grammar book gives only two options: "to be going to + verb" and "will + verb". But I wonder the reason why I should avoid using the "continuous present" tense.

If I am right, would you kindly and readily help me?

Many thanks

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