# English

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When is Diego's school's anniversary?
1. It will be next month.
2. It is next month.

(Which answer is correct? Are both correct? Which one is commonly used?)

• English -

Both are correct. The second of the two is more commonly used, but MOST commonly used is simply, "Next month."

=)

• English -

Both are correct. It is already a date on the calendar, but the event will be celebrated in the future.

I would say 1. is somewhat better, because 2. makes it sound like the entire month is the school's anniversary.

• English -

I agree that both are correct. I would choose number 2 just because the question asks, "When IS...."

Still, both are correct.

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