I will be off tomorrow

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i will be off tomorrow

Quote by Benjamin Franklin: “Dont put off until tomorrow what you can do to...”

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Don't put off till Tomorrow What you can Do Today

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TOMORROW TO BE A HOLIDAY

Chat or rant, adult content, spam, insulting other members, show more. Harm to minors, violence or threats, harassment or privacy invasion, impersonation or misrepresentation, fraud or phishing, show more. Which is correct: "I am off tomorrow" or "I will be off tomorrow"? If both correct, what is the difference? Report Abuse. Are you sure that you want to delete this answer?

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I 'm off now. See you tomorrow. I 'll be off now. Which of the above is naturally said when one is about to leave? I usually hear it in the UK, but I don't clearly hear whether they've said "am off" or "will be off".

I'm surprised to know there are as many sushi restaurants as there are hamburger shops in this country. Even a large number of even Japanese don't know exactly what exactly this ritual means!
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The first pedestrian-only day will be 8 May instead of 1 May, a public holiday, when many of the council workers needed to run the scheme will be off work , mayor Anne Hidalgo's office said on Monday. A casual reading of the Scottish media would suggest that there is much to be excited about that the whole thing is in fact a complete disaster.

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2 COMMENTS

  1. Brad S. says:

    They are both correct but the biggest difference is that although they are both in the future, I am off tomorrow is in the near future and I will be off.

  2. Alarico M. says:

    There is no difference:)|None, it's purely a personal choice. The former is just a smidgen less formal.

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