If Congress will pass/ passes/ passed the health care bill, US citizens will finally have universal access to health coverage.
The same health care bill (Gesetzesvorlage) has to be passed by both the House and the Senate. Right now the two chambers are still working on separate bills: “Now that the Senate has caught up with the House by passing a sweeping health care bill, lawmakers are on the verge of extending coverage to the tens of millions of Americans who have no health insurance… There are still many gaps to bridge between the House and Senate bills.” (NYT)
There is a great deal of public criticism whenever freedom of choice is affected. We will have to wait and see how the final bill is passed and then put into practice.
I’ve been living in Giesing since I came to Munich. (79%, 19 Votes) I’ve been living in Giesing since I have come to Munich.(21%, 5 Votes)
Well done! But I know how very hard this is. Explanation here.
Now, I’m ready to leave to go on a trip. What do I say?
I go to Poznań this weekend.
I am going to Poznań this weekend.
I will go to Poznań this weekend.
Thanks to Markus’ very kind recommendation on Der Englisch Blog, last week’s Grammar guru question went off like a rocket: What’s the best alternative to “You don’t really need to register for the event”?
“You don’t necessarily have to register for the event.” (86%, 36 Votes)
“You mustn’t register for the event.” (14%, 6 Votes)