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FUTURE TENSES

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Edrián Plata Córdoba

on 20 January 2014

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FUTURE TENSES
In grammar, a future tense is a verb form that marks the event described by the verb as not having happened yet, but expected to happen in the future.
Game
There are several different ways to talk about the future. This is an introduction to the most important ones
The most important ones are:
- Predictions/statements of fact
- Intentions
- Arrangements
- Scheduled events
Predictions/Statements of fact
The auxiliary verb
will

is used in making predictions or simple statements of fact about the future.
EXAMPLES
-The sun
will
rise at 6.30 tomorrow
-Do you think she
will
come soon?
-I know my parents
won't
let me go to the party.

Intentions
The auxiliary verb
going to
is used in talking about intentions. (An intention is a plan for the future that you have already thought about.)
EXAMPLES
-We're
going to
buy a new car next month.
-He's not
going to
go to the dance club.
-Are you
going to
play basketball after
school?
Arrangements
The
present continuous
tense is used in talking about arrangements. (An arrangement is a plan for the future that you have already thought about and discussed with someone else.)
EXAMPLES
-I'm
meeting
my mother at the airport tomorrow.
-My sister's
going
to the dentist tomorrow.
-Are you
doing
anything on Sunday morning?
Scheduled events
The
present simple
tense is usually used to refer to future events that are scheduled (and outside of our control).
EXAMPLES
-Hurry up! The train
departs
in 10 minutes.
-She
has
an appointment with the headmaster after school today.
-When
does
the meeting
begin
?
Exercises
Complete these future tenses with: will/won´t, going to, the present continuous and the present simple(of the verb that appear in brackets)
You _____ pass your exams if you don't start working harder.
In the new year I'm ______ stop eating so much junk
I'm _______ home for the holidays, so I can come to your party after all! (present continuous)
I _______ Frankfurt at 5 o'clock in the morning and _______ in New York (present simple)
_____ it snow for Christmas?
I'm _________ work in a bank when I leave school.
Our grandparents ________ us this Christmas. (present continuous)
When _____ the meeting ______?
(present simple)


the game is called future stairs and snakes almost you know what game is
INSTRUCTIONS
To win these game you have to go to the last box. For these you have to answer the questions that we are going to ask you. If you guess you roll the dice and depend the number you get you can stay in that box or you can go down with a snake or go up with the stairs then the first that go to the upper part win.
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