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Future

Going to and Will
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Mario Meisinger

on 20 February 2013

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Transcript of Future

Future going to will will person + will + infinitive (without to) FORM the will - future is formed in the same way for all persons
it doesn't matter whether singular or plural. f.e. I will play football.
We will play football. f.e. You'll have a party.
They'll have a party. I will not tell a story.
He won't help us. USAGE person + will not + infinitive (without to) Negation 2. To predict the future

To predict the future you usually use will with the following verbs and expressions:
expect
believe
think
hope.

f.e. I believe I will get a good job. 3. When you decide to do something spontaneously.

f.e. I just decided I will join the tennis club in my town. These words also require the will-future:

probably
maybe
perhaps
possibly 1. Future events do not depend on personal decisions.

f.e. The sun will shine tomorrow.
Peter will be 15 tomorrow. Question will + person + infinitive (without to)+ object Will you have a picnic?
Will it rain tomorrow? going to person + be + going to + infinitive (without to) FORM You are not going to play hockey tomorrow.
We aren't going to like the film. USAGE person + negative of be + going to + infinitive (without to) Negation 2. We use going to to make a prediction about the future, when the prediction is based on evidence.

f.e. Look at those black clouds, it is going to rain any minute.
He has studied really hard. He is definitely going to pass his exam. 1. We use the going to future for intentions and plans in the future.

f.e. We are going to sing at the party next week.
They are going to watch TV tomorrow evening. Question be + person + going to +infinitive (without to) + object Are you going to the concert tomorrow?
Is she going to dance tonight? They are going to steal the painting.
I am going to do my homework next week. At the moment of making a decision, use 'will'.
Once you have made the decision, talk about it using 'going to'. Introducing the will-future Ask a student, “Who is the President of the United States?” S: Barack Obama is the President. T: That's right. He will be President until the end of 2016. You’re hungry? I will make you a sandwich I will call you tomorrow. Introducing the going to-future tell the pupils what your plans for the weekend are provide plenty of examples in different persons Ask students to give examples of things they are going to do next weekend, but make sure they understand they have to use things they have already planned to do. More going to is introduced before the will-future both futures are introduced in the second form going to will introduced at the end of the year Student's Book Workbook Student's Book Workbook Friends will is introduced at the end of the first form
and there is a revision in the second year going to is introduced in the second year will Course Book Activity Book going to Course book Activity Book revision in the second year You & Me the will-future is introduced before the going to-future
both in the second year will Textbook going to Course book Activity Book when the going to-future is introduced,
there is also a revision of the will-future Activity Book with going to Funny Game THX ;) Extra Materials
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