Reply to "Time clauses"

Ahmed Abdelhafeez posted:

Is it OK if I use present continuous or future simple in the main clause as following? 

"When I finish my exams, I.......to New York."

A- will  travel     b- am travelling   

Hi, Ahmed A.: Yes, both answers are grammatically correct. With the progressive ("When I finish my exams, I am traveling to New York"), the sentence expresses that this is your plan and present intention. With the future simple ("When I finish my exams, I will travel to New York"), the sentence merely expresses a fact.

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