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Which one is correct or wrong? Can you please explain in detail?

  1. The shop will open tomorrow.
  2. The shop is open tomorrow.
  3. The shop will be open tomorrow.
  4. The shop will be opened tomorrow.

And one last:

  1. You have to come to the office tomorrow.
  2. You will have to come to the office tomorrow.

Which one is correct in above two and why?

  • Also ...is opening and ...will be opening. Not to mention ...is going to open, is going to be opening, etc. But it's already "Too Broad" as it is. – FumbleFingers Reinstate Monica Aug 30 at 14:11
  • ...shall open, shall be open, shall be opened... – Davo Aug 30 at 14:49
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In your first set of statements

The shop will open tomorrow
The shop will be opened tomorrow

implies it will be closed tonight and then will re-open tomorrow

The shop is open tomorrow
The shop will be open tomorrow

are both neutral about what is happening to it tonight, it may close over night, it may not

Your second pair are more complicated as they normally mean the same but it may be that currently you have no such obligation and in that case the second one would be used followed by the condition. So for example

You will have to come to the office tomorrow if Chris calls in sick

The other option might be used but in that context seems less natural.

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