Tomorrow is [dedicated/intended/?] for the registration.

The context is the first day at a university. Does either sound okay? If they both sound weird, what verb is a better fit?

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Of the two sentences you have provided, neither works very well, as they both describe tomorrow in the present tense.

The best would probably be to say :

"Tomorrow will be dedicated to the registration."

or, equally good:

"Tomorrow has been reserved for the registration."

  • They are describing the present status of tomorrow. Saying "tomorrow will be dedicated" means some future act will dedicate tomorrow when in fact it is already dedicated. Nov 15, 2013 at 6:18
  • @DavidSchwartz Perhaps discussing tomorrow in present tense isn't a universal error, but it sounds sloppy in this case imo. Nov 15, 2013 at 6:26
  • I think saying "tomorrow will be dedicated" sounds sloppy when you mean that tomorrow already has been dedicated and are not referring to any future act of dedication. Nov 15, 2013 at 6:44

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