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Future Simple & Present Continuous for future

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Marica T

on 24 December 2015

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Transcript of Future Simple & Present Continuous for future

Future
will visit
PLANNED
UNPLANNED
FUTURE SIMPLE
I WILL VISIT LONDON.
-not sure
PRESENT
CONTINUOUS
I'm going to visit John
I'm visiting John
on Sunday
-arrangement made by 2 people
-sure and we know when or where
WILL YOU MARRY ME story! :)
- Let's say Billy wants to marry Ivana.
He comes to her and asks her if
she will marry him
. Because
he is NOT

sure
what she will respond he asks with WILL:
"Will you marry me?"
She is delighted and responds "Yes, I will!"

-He goes home and knowing that she accepted and
more sure that it will happen
he tells his father with the Going to "Dad, me and Ivana,
we are going to get married
!"

-
Arrangements

begin and Billy calls his best friend and tells him
when and where
:
"John, me and Ivana are getting married 3rd November!"
and again asks an insecure question
"Will you be my best man?" :)
Will is the most insecure! That´s why it is of course for:
- offers ("Shall I help you carry the bags?)
- promises (because they are rarely ever kept :))
- predictions in a distant future (because you are not sure what will really happen "Some day I will be a millionaire")
- instant decisions without planning before (cafe bar - "I will have a Coca Cola")
GOING TO is for:
- plans and arrangements ("I plan to save money")
- predictions in the near future when it is already certain that something is going to happen (You see a boy on a bike heading for a tree. It is not difficult to predict that "He is going to crash!" :))
- planned decisions (cafe bar - "My stomach hurts. I am going to have some tea")
PRESENT CONTINUOUS is the most secure
of all three Future Tenses! It is for
plans and arrangements when already set a specific time and place!
(I am going to the cinema tonight.")

And again draw a table:

WILL PRESENT CONTINUOUS

promise, offer /

prediction 50% /

instant decision /
/ plan (time and place)
EXPRESSIONS
FUTURE TIME
-Now, close your books.
-Listen to the telephone conversation.
Answer the question:
WHEN IS NATALIE FREE?
CONCLUSION
GROUP WORK
4 GROUPS answer the 4 questions-ex 2b
"We are getting married on
3rd November!" /sure
tenses
AM PLAYING
Future Simple
GOAL
Present Continuous
arrangement between people
1.group-Comic
2.group- write a dialogue
3.group -read the text and
write a diary
4. group - play roles
by Marica
References:
-Messages 2
Cambridge University Press
-video Johnny Grammar's Grammar Movies
British Council
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