Please help me and tell if the sentence in the title is grammatically correct. When is it possible to use it ? Peace.

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    It would be possible to use it in some sort of sarcastic or ironic sense, but not in any serious work. – Hot Licks Mar 18 '18 at 22:42
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    You could use it in a nonsense poem, such as I went to the pictures tomorrow, And took a front seat at the back; I fell from the floor to the ceiling, And broke a front bone in my back. – WS2 Mar 18 '18 at 22:44
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    It's arguable whether this is ever grammatical, but I've come across statements like 'In the original programme of events, the fair started tomorrow' for 'According to the original programme of events, the fair was due to start tomorrow'. – Edwin Ashworth Mar 18 '18 at 22:46
  • Maybe in the context of a dream or a cognition about tomorrow's events. In your finished dream the trial started tomorrow. Perhaps in reality the trial is today. – Boondoggle Mar 18 '18 at 23:12
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    Please rephrase the title of your posting as a question. Please state was research you've done prior to asking. Thanks. – 2540625 Mar 18 '18 at 23:38

Maybe correct in the Back To The Future.


It is not possible to use it unless it is to illustrate a grammatical error in the use of tenses. You are combining past tense(started) and future tense(tomorrow). The sentence should read " The trial starts tomorrow".

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