I was marked wrong in a quiz for "Tu achètes une nouvelle voiture demain". It wanted "Tu vas acheter une nouvelle voiture demain". How does this differ from the example in this lesson "Je viens demain".
I think your answer would also be valid, but the English version you're asked to translate is: "You are going to buy a new car tomorrow" which hints that you should use the futur proche. If it had been "You're buying a new car tomorrow" then your answer would be correct.
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