6.4. The exceptional progressive form
6.4.1. The progressive form representing the future.
The present progressive form (PrPro) can also express the future event. Its plan can be changed since it means agreement. These were explained in the chapter 4.
The progressive form also has the incompletive meaning which is explained 6.2.3. It is natural that the event is not finished yet, but it is expected in the future, that is to say, it is no wonder that PrPro expresses the future.
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