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1. If it snows tomorrow, I'll not go hiking.

2. Because it snows tomorrow, I'll not go hiking.

3. Because it will snow tomorrow, I'll not go hiking.

(Which one is correct of the two, #2 and #3?)

  • English -

    3 is correct, I guess, but better phrasing is this:

    Because it will snow tomorrow, I won't go hiking.

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