In this case, what is the difference between saying "you'll be meeting" and "you'll meet"?
Present progressive tense is used here ("be meeting") because it implies a continuous action. "Be meeting" implies that someone will be continuously meeting people in multiple scenarios, while "will meet" implies a singular event where someone will meet people. Ex: You will be meeting many different people in college. ("Be meeting" here implies that "you" will meet people continuously throughout college) Ex: You will meet my parents tonight at dinner. ("Will meet" implies meeting people at one event, which is "dinner")
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