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  • FUTURE TIME
  • 1. Will Future
    • Spontaneous Decisions that we make.
    • Oh, sorry I was busy all day so I forgot to email you the graphics! I’ll email them tomorrow morning.
    • I’ll have a straight coffee and a muffin please.
    • I’ll get the door. Just go on with your work.
    • Predictions, facts that we assume to be true.
    • Over the next few years there will be a dramatic increase in internet users in our country.
    • I think she will study law at university.
    • Robots will have an artificial intelligence in a very short time.
    • Offers,promises,requests, threats .
    • Will you give me a hand?
    • Don’t worry about this issue. I’ll support you.
    • The line is busy. Will you hold?
    • There’s something wrong with the printer. It won’t print copies in order.
    • (refusing or not willing)
    • I will never see you around my daughter again! Got it? Ever!
    • Future time words
    • I’ll contact you as soon as I get the information.
    • If the inflation keeps going up, there will be a demand for a rise in salaries.
    • When he starts working he will have a better understanding of the living conditions.
    • After I do a masters degree on Business Administration I will apply for this post.
    • Present Continuous & Going to
    • Present Cont. for arrangements.
      • Are you doing anything this we e kend?
      • I’m flying to New York tomorrow evening.
    • Going to for decisions, intensions, things we personally decide to do in the future.
      • Are you going to do anything this evening?
      • We’re going adopt a baby from Africa.
      • I’m going to open a branch in the eastern China if I can afford it.
    • Going to for stronger predictions that also have a clear evidence.
      • She’s pregnant. She’s going to have a baby.
      • Mind that mule! It’s going to kick!
    • *The democrats will win the election.
    • * The democrats are going to win the election.
    • going to usually suggests that the event can take place soon .
    • Will & Pre. Con. & Going to
    • We use Pres. Con. for arrangements.
    • We use Going to for decisions and intensions.
    • We use Going to for strong predictions.
    • We use Will for spontaneous decisions.
    • We use Will for promises, offers, requests and threats.
    • We use Will for general predictions.
    • The Future Continuous (will be verb +ing)
    • We use this structure to talk about an action/event that will be in progress at a particular moment in the future.
    • e.g.I can’t see you on 19th because I’ll be attending a congress in Rome.
    • Now (16th) 17th 18th 19th 20th 21st…..
    • Start End
    • The Future Perfect (will have Verb3)
    • We use this structure to talk about an action/event that will be completed at a particular time in the future.
    • e.g. 23rd? Oh, the congress will have finished by then. I’m available that day.
    • e.g. In five years time we will have completed the construction of the whole complex.
    • e.g. By the time you get back he will have left.
    • The Future Perfect Continuous
    • This structure is used to talk about how long future actions/events will be in progress at a certain time.
    • e.g. By the end of September I will have been working at this organization for two months.
    • (will have been Verb+ing)
    • Simple Present
    • We use this structure to talk about actions/events that are part of a timetable, schedule, a programme or calendar references.
    • The fast train to London leaves at 7.30 and gets to Paddington at 8.40. Then you must catch the shuttle to the airport. It goes every ten minutes.
    • Ramadan ends on 29th this year.
    • Miscellaneous /misılleniyıs/
    • To be
    • e.g. The accused is guilty and to undergo six months’ imprisonment.
    • e.g. The prime Minister is to visit Russia next month.
    • e.g. The summit is to take place in Çırağan Palace on 12th October.
    • e.g. The president is to speak on behalf of the committee next week.
    • be about to
    • e.g. The second session is about to start. Please take your seats.
    • be on the point of
    • e.g. He can’t carry such a burden on his shoulders. He is on the point of breaking down.
    • be due to
    • e.g. The reports are due on Monday.
    • e.g. The meeting is due to finish at 4pm.
  • REMEMBER!
    • Some of these structures may refer to similar meanings!