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CL5 - Future Tenses

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Miguel Angel

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Transcript of CL5 - Future Tenses

Future tenses
We can refer to the future in three ways
1. be going to
- Richard is going to work in the summer.

- I'm going to buy a new car pretty soon.

- Are you going to get a present for Gina?
Note:

go
and
come
usually are used in present continuous for future.
2. Present Continuous for future
For plans with other people, arrangements and appointments.
Exercises:
I think the exam will be a little difficult, so please study hard.

I’m sure you’ll pass the job interview.

John will probably lose his job because of his misbehavior.

* be able to
Currently I can’t afford an apartment because of my debts, but next year I’
ll be able

to
buy one.

I think they
won’t be able to
come to the wedding because their daughter is sick.


Will
you
be able to
finish this work for
Monday?

1. be going to


2. Present continuous


3. Future simple: Will
Are you going to come to the movies with us tonight?



I'm going to go to the concert this weekend


1. Frank is
meeting / going to meet
his girlfriend after work.

2. I’m
starting / going to start
guitar lessons one day.

3. My friends are
coming / going to come
over this evening.

4. I’m
seeing / going to see
my grandparents this weekend, I called them yesterday.

5. I’m
reading / going to read
a novel in English one of these days.

6. Marc and Nataly are
getting married / going to get married
next week.

7. Pamela is
learning / going to learn
Chinese next month.

8. I’m
having lunch / going to have lunch
with my friends from work this Friday.

We use it for personal plans
and intentions
Are you coming

to the movies with us tonight?
I'm going
to the concert this weekend
Karen is seeing the doctor this afternoon.

I'm meeting some friends after work.
( plans & intentions )
( arrangements )
( predictions )
3. Future Simple: Will
Will is used for predictions. Perhaps, maybe /
I believe, I think, I hope, I'm sure, probably
often are used here.
Use the right form of the future form
1. Maybe I .......... shopping later. (go)

2. I .................. shopping with Martha later. (go)

3. I think that in 50 years people .................. suits against radiation. (wear)

4. I ...................... with some friends at the library at 4 pm. (study)

5. I ............................ my job because I'm tired of it. (quit)

6. I ............................ my grandma in the afternoon. (probably / visit)

7. I ................... my grandma in the afternoon, she'll be at home at 5. (visit)

8. I ............................ my grandma in the afternoon, I hope to find her. (visit)
'll go
'm going
will wear
'm studying
'm going to quit
'll probably visit
'm visiting
'm going to visit
Miguel Angel Esquivel CL-5
To talk about possibilities in the future
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