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FUTURE TENSES

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ANA MARIA PINTOR CORDOBA

on 22 September 2015

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Transcript of FUTURE TENSES

FUTURE TENSES
PRESENT TENSES WITH A FUTURE MEANING
PRESENT SIMPLE
TO BE GOING TO + INFINITIVE
-
Intention to do something
in the future but
no definite arrangement
has been made.
Eg.
She's going to visit
her aunt next summer
WILL
FUTURE SIMPLE 'WILL'
OTHER FUTURE FORMS
FUTURE SEEN FROM THE PAST
-
Official arrangements
, such as timetables or programmes.

Eg. The plane
arrives
at 2 pm.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS
-
Personal plans
.
Eg. I'm really exhausted so I'
m just staying
in to watch TV

-
Definite arrangements
.
Eg. They'
re leaving
from Frankfurt airport at 6 am.
-To report
predictions
about activities or events
(evi
dence for it n
ow)
Eg. I think it
is going to rain
-
Permanent future situations
.
Eg. The house
is going to have
two floors
-
Decisions about the future made some time before we report them.
Eg. Toni told me she
's going to move back
to Spain
-
Predictions without evidence
. Eg.
He'll be the next President
-
Spontaneous decisions
. Eg. (The phone rings and we are on the sofa)
I'll pick it up
-
Opinions

Eg. She thinks She'll be selected by the judges.
FUTURE CONTINUOUS 'WILL BE + ING'
- An
activity or event going on
at a
particular time or over a period in the future
.
Eg. Next Friday the President
will be celebrating
two years in power
- The
result of a previous decision or arrangement
. Eg.
He'll be taking up his place
at university in July
- To
sound particularly polite
when you ask about
people's plans to do something unexpected or difficult
.
Eg. What time
will you be coming
to baby-sit?
FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLE 'WILL HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE'
- An
action or situation
will be
ended, completed or achieved by a particular point in the future.
Eg. By the time you get home, I
'll have cleaned it
FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS 'WILL HAVE BEEN + ING'
-

How long
something has been
going on by a particular point in the future
Eg. On Saturday, we
will have been living
in this house for a year.
- An
activity or event
that was
in the future at a particular point in the past

Eg. She
was going to leave school
when her teacher called her.

BE TO + INFINITIVE
-
Formal or official arrangements, formal instructions and to give orders.

Eg. The medicine
is to be taken
after meals
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