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Future simple.

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Israel Ibáñez Uribe

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Transcript of Future simple.

Future simple.
will/shall

Name: Ibáñez Uribe Israel.
group: 318-B
teacher: Yadira Rocío Vázquez.

We use will with the basic form of the verb. We do not use to with the verb will and we do not add -s, -ing, -ed to the verb after will.
Positive:
I
you
he
she will/ ll' go
it
we
you
they
Negative:
I
you
he
she will not /won't
it
we
you
they
Questions:
I be?
you win?
will he eat?
she come?
it
we etc.
they
2. for things that we
decide to do now
, at the moment of speaking:
John's here. I
'll get
him some coffee.
The sun's shining. I
'll go
swimming.
3. when we

think

or
believe

something about the

future:
John
will
probably
pass
the exam.
In 2099, people
will be
more intelligent.
4. when we talk about
possibility
and
probability
, and after:
think
, expect, promise, hope
, I'm
sure
and similar verbs:
She
'll probably come
later.
I
promise
I
'll wash
up.
He
's sure
he
'll help
man.
5. to make an
offer, promise
or
threat
:
I
'll help
you. (offer)
I
won't be
late. (promise)
I
'll tell
mum. (threat)
6. to make a
request
, ask somebody to do something:
It's cold. Please
will you switch
one the heating?
Please
will you lend
me some money?
We also use
shall I
...? to offer to do something:
That's a heavy bag.
Shall I carry
it for you?
shall: formally
You can say I shall (=I will) and we shall (= we will):
I shall be
late tomorrow.
I think
we shall win.
But do not use
shall
with
you/ they/ he/ she/ it
:
Tom will
be late. (not Tom shall be.)
shall:
I
shall
shots forms of shall
:
We I
'll
/ we
'll
go

negative form:
you I
shan't
/ we
shan't
go
they
he shall
she
it
shall
Shall we also use to ask questions of formal and respectful manner.
It's very warm in this room.
shall I

open
the window?
I'm going to a party tonight. What
shall I wear
?
bibliography:
Michael, M. (1999) English practice grammar. reading, UK: Garnet education.
Derek, S. (2006) Grammar Tour. Italy by G. CANACE & C: Black CAT.
Raymond M. Essential grammar in use. Cambridge: Cambridge university press.
will +
infinitive
(will
be
/ will
win
/ will
come

etc.
)

we use
will
:
1. We use will for the future (
tomorrow
/
next week
etc.):
Sue travels a lot. Today she is in Madrid.
Tomorrow
she
'll be
in Rome.
Next week
she
'll be
in Tokyo.
Think:
we often say
I think...
will..:
I think
Diana
will pass
the exam.
I don't think
it
will rain
this afternoon.
do you think
the exam
will be
difficult?
mediateca cch sur. UNAM.
Conclusions.
we use
will:
1. For things that we decide to do now, at the moment of speaking.
2. when we think or believe something about the future.
3. when we talk about possibility and probability.
4. to make an offer, promise or threat.
5. to make a request, ask somebody to do something.
WE USE WILL FOR THE FUTURE.
Shall
is the formal form of
will
.
We shall also used to offer to do something. to guide us with respect and make requests.
Exercise
write a sentence with each use.
1. Future (tomorrow/ next week...)
2. I think...
3. decide to do now.
4. possibility and probability
5. offer, promise or threat.
6. Questions.
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