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Almost any action verb can be used in the present tense for a scheduled future event.

The ship sails tomorrow for London.
We race tomorrow at 5 pm.
We meet tomorrow at noon.

There are some verbs where it is very improbable for there to be a scheduled future event.

The ship sinks tomorrow at 3pm.
The volcano erupts on Friday.  

But if the ship was scheduled to sink, the sentence would be grammatical.

Almost any action verb can be used in the present tense for a scheduled future event.

The ship sails tomorrow for London.
We race tomorrow at 5 pm.
We meet tomorrow at noon.

There are some verbs where it is very improbable for there to be a scheduled future event.

The ship sinks tomorrow at 3pm.
The volcano erupts on Friday.

But if the ship was scheduled to sink, the sentence would be grammatical.

Almost any action verb can be used in the present tense for a scheduled future event.

The ship sails tomorrow for London.
We race tomorrow at 5 pm.
We meet tomorrow at noon.

There are some verbs where it is very improbable for there to be a scheduled future event.

The ship sinks tomorrow at 3pm. 

But if the ship was scheduled to sink, the sentence would be grammatical.

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Almost any action verb can be used in the present tense for a scheduled future event.

WeThe ship sails tomorrow for London.
We race tomorrow at 5 pm.
We meet tomorrow at noon.

There are some verbs where it is very improbable for there to be a scheduled future event.

The ship sinks tomorrow at 3pm.
The volcano erupts on Friday. 

But if the ship was scheduled to sink, the sentence would be grammatical.

Almost any action verb can be used in the present tense for a scheduled future event.

We race tomorrow at 5 pm.
We meet tomorrow at noon.

There are some verbs where it is very improbable for there to be a scheduled future event.

The ship sinks tomorrow at 3pm.

But if the ship was scheduled to sink, the sentence would be grammatical.

Almost any action verb can be used in the present tense for a scheduled future event.

The ship sails tomorrow for London.
We race tomorrow at 5 pm.
We meet tomorrow at noon.

There are some verbs where it is very improbable for there to be a scheduled future event.

The ship sinks tomorrow at 3pm.
The volcano erupts on Friday. 

But if the ship was scheduled to sink, the sentence would be grammatical.

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Almost any action verb can be used in the present tense for a scheduled future event.

We race tomorrow at 5 pm.
We meet tomorrow at noon.

There are some verbs where it is very improbable for there to be a scheduled future event.

The ship sinks tomorrow at 3pm.

But if the ship was scheduled to sink, the sentence would be grammatical.

Almost any action verb can be used in the present tense for a scheduled future event.

Almost any action verb can be used in the present tense for a scheduled future event.

We race tomorrow at 5 pm.
We meet tomorrow at noon.

There are some verbs where it is very improbable for there to be a scheduled future event.

The ship sinks tomorrow at 3pm.

But if the ship was scheduled to sink, the sentence would be grammatical.

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