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The simple future of the English language.

The simple future of the English language.

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  • CONTENTS Future time: using will Asking questions with will
  • They will arrive at 10:00 tomorrow. FUTURE TIME: USING WILL
  • (a) They will arrive at 10:00 tomorrow. (b) They are going to arrive at 10:00 tomorrow. same meaning (basically) STATEMENT FUTURE TIME: USING WILL
  • (c) CORRECT: Jane will see a movie. Jane will sees a movie. Jane wills see a movie. ? ? INCORRECT : INCORRECT : STATEMENT FUTURE TIME: USING WILL
  • (d) CORRECT: Jane will come today. Jane will comes today. ? INCORRECT : STATEMENT FUTURE TIME: USING WILL
  • STATEMENT (e) CORRECT: Jane will eat breakfast. Jane will to eat breakfast. ? INCORRECT : FUTURE TIME: USING WILL
  • = I’ll sing. = You’ll sing. = She’ll sing. = He’ll sing. = It’ll sing. = We’ll sing. = They’ll sing. CONTRACTIONS Will is contracted to ’ ll . (f) I will sing. You will sing. She will sing. He will sing. It will sing. We will sing. They will sing. FUTURE TIME: USING WILL
  • STATEMENT ( g) Amy will not be at work tomorrow. (h) Amy won’t be at work tomorrow. won’t will + not FUTURE TIME: USING WILL
  • We ______watch the game tonight. We aren’t going to watch the game tonight. will won’t (contraction) Let’s Practice
  • He___ go to the doctor this afternoon. Mr. Brown is sick. He is going to go to the doctor this afternoon. ’ ll will (contraction) Let’s Practice
  • They’ll have a picnic tomorrow. They are going to have a picnic tomorrow. will (contraction) Let’s Practice
      • Will Tom come home tomorrow?
    ASKING QUESTIONS WITH WILL
  • (a) Will Rita go tomorrow? ANSWER MAIN WILL + SUBJECT + VERB Yes, she will. No, she won’t. QUESTION ASKING QUESTIONS WITH WILL
  • (b) Will they go home later ? ANSWER Yes, they will. No, they won’t. QUESTION ASKING QUESTIONS WITH WILL MAIN WILL + SUBJECT + VERB
  • (c) When will they be in London? ANSWER Next weekend. QUESTION ASKING QUESTIONS WITH WILL (QUESTION MAIN WORD) + WILL + SUBJECT + VERB
  • (d) What time will we go out ? ANSWER 7:30 P.M. QUESTION ASKING QUESTIONS WITH WILL (QUESTION MAIN WORD) + WILL + SUBJECT + VERB
  • (e) Where will she study English? ANSWER At college. QUESTION ASKING QUESTIONS WITH WILL (QUESTION MAIN WORD) + WILL + SUBJECT + VERB
  • Let’s Practice When will you graduate I will graduate in June. ______________________?
  • Let’s Practice Where will you live after college I will live in Buenos Aires after college. _____________________________?
  • Let’s Practice Will we go out for lunch Yes, we will go out for lunch. _____________________?
  • Let’s Practice What time will we go to lunch We will go to lunch at 1:30. __________________________?