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FUTURE: PREDICTIONS, INTENTIONS AND ARRANGEMENTS

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Guzin Cetindemir

on 4 December 2014

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Transcript of FUTURE: PREDICTIONS, INTENTIONS AND ARRANGEMENTS

Spontaneous decisions
(Subject + will/won't + verb)
I'
ll invite
some of my Danish friends.
Predictions based on experience, knowledge or intuition
(Subject + will/ won't + verb)
And the latest weather forecast is that it
won't change
soon.
Uncertain predictions

(Subject + may + verb)
It's so bad we
may be
stuck here for a week or so.
Predictions based on the present situation
(Subject + am/is/are going to + verb)
The sky is completely grey - it looks like it
'
s not going to stop
raining for the next two weeks.
FUTURE:
PREDICTIONS, INTENTIONS AND ARRANGEMENTS

Intentions
(Subject +
am/is/are going to
+ verb)
I'
m going to have
a proper Scottish breakfast.
Official arrangements, impossible to change
(Subject + Verb/ Verb-s )
According to the official schedule,
we leave
Roskilde in two hours!
Personal arrangement that
we can change
(Subject + am/is/are + verb-ing)
We're leaving for Scotland at midnight.
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