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Making predictions
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Making predictions

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  • 1. Mrs. Anabel Montes - English teacher
  • 2. Will definitely be Example: It will definitely be easier to transfer money.
  • 3. Won’t need Example: We won’t need cash in the future.
  • 4. Don’t think Example: I don’t think shopping will be much fun.
  • 5. Will (sth) be Example: Will it be more convinient ?
  • 6. Probably won’t Example: We probably won’t have time to go shopping.
  • 7. Activity * Read the examples again and circle the correct words in the explanations: a. We use «will» or «won’t» to make predictions based on past or present evidence / personal opinion.
  • 8. b. We can use think + won’t / dont think + will to make negative predictions. c. The adverbs definitely , probably, possibly come before /after «will», and before /after «won’t» d. «will» comes before /after the main verb in the question forms.
  • 9. * Make predictiions about the follofing topis: - Cash - Travel - Price of food - The economy - One global language - Robots as shops assistants - Tv and media

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