With the right tools, we can build the house of English together.
• "What time does Simon's plane get in?"• — "His plane gets in at five."• "And what time does the film start?"• — "It starts at seven, so he should get there in time."
The present simple has a future meaning when we use it to talk about fixed plans.
• "When do you start work?"• — "I usually start at nine, but on Thursday I start at ten."
Now try the exercise on the next page.
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