Imperfect for present or future.

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Imperfect for present or future.

When I read into this, I found it a little confusing, we would actually say, he was meeting the lawyer tomorrow, to mean, He is meeting the lawyer tomorrow. 

I think we say it as it was a decision taken before the present or the future. So for once a literal translation would work?

Asked 1 month ago

Imperfect for present or future.

When I read into this, I found it a little confusing, we would actually say, he was meeting the lawyer tomorrow, to mean, He is meeting the lawyer tomorrow. 

I think we say it as it was a decision taken before the present or the future. So for once a literal translation would work?

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