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Transcript of Future
Describe skills and abilities (to speak of what we know or can do) and also to indicate what is possible in a given situation.
Examples will able to
Be able is followed by infinitive preceded by "to".
I will be able to speak English
I won´t be able to speak English
You will be able to get tickets to the concert
"Will" is used to express a promise, a prediction or something that you want to do in the future.
It is also used to talk about decisions made while they speak, to say predictions of a general nature.
It must always be accompanied by another verb to form the future.
Sujeto + will + verbo
Will + Sujeto + verbo ?
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Examples going to: :
Decisions made while talking:
I need to get my medicine. I will go to the pharmacy tonight.
I need some cash. I will pay with my debit card and ask for cash back.
I’m sure it will rain tomorrow.
Gerardo Gómez will win the election.
There are investment between the subject and the modal auxiliary "will" in the question form.
Will I see you again later on?
Use auxiliary verb "to be" and the gerund (infinitive + "-ing") of the verb, to talk about something that is going on at the time we spoke.
Time expressions such as "now", "right now" and "at the moment" are used"
I'm studying now.
To talk about something that is happening today but not necessarily when we speak.
To talk about something that has already been decided to be made in the near future.
I'm going to the party tonight.
Use most commonly in the spoken language when you want to make reference to the immediate future, that is to say, to something that is about to happen or to express a plan that you have.
Something is about to happen.
She is going to pay with a credit card
I am going to drop off my prescription over there .
Plans to do something
I’m going to learn English
It is formed with the verb "to be" conjugated with the corresponding person, followed by "going to" and the verb base.
If with will.
The If is use in conditional sentences, to express a strong connection between the condition and the result therefore consists of two sentences, the main and indicating the condition.
Ejemplos if with will
[If... + Present Simple] + [will + verbo principal]
If I win the lottery, I will buy a house
If you study, you will pass your exams.
Future hopes and plans
Use verbs such as hope, pla, want, would like (+infinitive with to) to talk about future hopes or plans that aren't definite.
I hope to have a lot of money
I want to work in a developing country