The party was funny. The party was fun.Which one is right? Fun and funny are two words in English (out of many!) that sound similar but have slightly different meanings - no wonder so many students confuse the two. Read on to find out which sentence is correct (and why).
In Swiss German, future tenses aren't really necessary to talk about future plans. Most of the time, words or phrases like 'tomorrow', 'next month' or 'next year' serve as indicators of the future.
It's not that simple in English, however. We can use two tenses when talking about future plans or decisions: be going + infinitive or the present continuous.
So, how do we use these two tenses to talk about future plans and arrangements in English?