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For example I am going to be cooking food and he is going to be washing dishes in the next month party.

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I am going to be cooking food while he washes dishes in the next month party.

Are both the sentences correct ?

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  • You need to fix 'next month party'. Apr 25, 2020 at 9:37

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Both sentences are nearly correct ('in the next month party' is wrong), but they mean different things:

I am going to do something and another person is going to do something else at some place - nothing is said about whether we do those things at the same time.

I am going to do something while another person does something else at some place - I am going to do something at some place, but only during the time that the other person is doing something else at the same place. He starts, I start; he stops; I stop.

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