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  • Earlier piece from english instructor 3 video
  • The future continuous tense last part esp
  • Future cont. in two parts if possible two slides lernen structure part specially
  • Future cont second part exercise part
  • Episode 17
  • Will+have video from the begining
  • Episode 20
  • Last summing up video in two parts two slides in continuation ‘tenses overview’
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    1. 1. By -h i sarvaiya<br />
    2. 2. TENSES<br />FUTURE TENSE<br />Simple Future Tense<br />Definition:<br />The Simple Future Tense is used for indicating those actions that we think will happen in the future. In other words, we predict the future.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />2<br />
    3. 3. TENSES<br />For example: <br />I think India will win this match.<br />Do you think he will join us for dinner?<br />We shall wait for the bell to ring.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />3<br />
    4. 4. TENSES<br />Structure:<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />4<br />
    5. 5. TENSES<br />Note:<br />The verb ‘will’ can be used with all the persons.<br />We can also use ‘shall’ instead of ‘will’ with I and We.<br />Negative of will = won’t<br />Negative of shall = shan’t<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />5<br />
    6. 6. TENSES<br />Uses of the Simple Future Tense:<br />1. When we forecast or predict actions in the future, we often use verbs and expressions like think, expect, believe, hope, be sure etc.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />6<br />
    7. 7. TENSES<br />For example: <br />They think they will be able to come.<br />I am sure she will refuse this offer.<br />He believes he will be able to stand first.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />7<br />
    8. 8. TENSES<br />2. We also use the Simple Future Tense with will when we decide to do something at the moment of speaking.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />8<br />
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    10. 10. TENSES<br />For example:<br />Will you like something to drink?<br />Yes, I will have some coffee.<br />Someone is knocking at the door, so I will see who it is.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />10<br />
    11. 11. TENSES<br /> 2. Future Continuous Tense<br />Definition:<br />We use the Future Continuous Tense to talk about an action or a situation that we think will be continuing at a particular time of the future.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />11<br />
    12. 12. TENSES<br />For example:<br />I will be watching TV at 8 o’clock.<br />They will be hosting a party tomorrow.<br />I shall be visiting my grandparents next week.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />12<br />
    13. 13. TENSES<br />Structure<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />13<br />
    14. 14. TENSES<br />Uses of Future Continuous Tense:<br />1. We use the Future Continuous Tense to talk about such actions and situations which have been already planned, or which are a part of a regular routine.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />14<br />
    15. 15. TENSES<br />For example:<br />I will be attending the concert tonight.<br />We shall be seeing each other next week.<br />She will be taking the final exam next month.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />15<br />
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    17. 17. TENSES<br />2. Future Continuous Tense is often used as a polite way of asking about someone’s plans, especially when we want someone to something for us, i.e. a favour.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />17<br />
    18. 18. TENSES<br />For example:<br />Will you be going to the market? If yes, could you get me a pen?<br />Will you be using the car this Sunday? I wondered if I could borrow it.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />18<br />
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    21. 21. TENSES<br />3. Future Perfect Tense<br />Definition:<br />The Future Perfect Tense is used to indicate those actions that will be completed by a certain time in the future, but not later than the specified time.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />21<br />
    22. 22. TENSES<br />Let us understand this with the help of a figure<br />Past time Present timeFuture time<br /> 5 o’clock 6 o’clock 9 o’clock<br />I will have finished dinner by 9 o’clock.<br />Above sentence makes clear that at a specific time in the future a definite action will get over.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />22<br />
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    24. 24. TENSES<br />Structure<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />24<br />
    25. 25. TENSES<br />Use of Future Perfect Tense:<br />When we use the Future Perfect Tense, we think of a future time and anticipate, that at that particular time, the action will get completed, or over.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />25<br />
    26. 26. TENSES<br /> For example:<br />We will have reached Mumbai by 6 o’clock tomorrow.<br />You will have graduated in the year 2012.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />26<br />
    27. 27. 3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />27<br />“By the time this video is finished, <br />You will have learned how to use the future perfect tense.”<br />
    28. 28. TENSES<br /> 4. Future Perfect Continuous Tense<br />Definition:<br />The Future Perfect Continuous Tense indicates an action which we think will be going on continuously for a given time period of the future. <br />Note: <br />This Tense type is not used very commonly for daily conversations.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />28<br />
    29. 29. TENSES<br />For example:<br />They will get tired as they will have been travelling all day.<br />I will have been writing this report for the entire day tomorrow.<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />29<br />
    30. 30. TENSES<br />Structure:<br />For all the persons, the structure in this Tense type will remain same.<br />subject + will have been + verb + ing + object<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />30<br />
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    34. 34. TENSES<br />FEED BACK<br />harbhadrasinh@gmail.com<br />http://harbhadrasinh.blogspot.com/<br />3/18/2011<br />prepared and presented by - h i sarvaiya<br />34<br />A BIG THANK YOU<br />- h i sarvaiya<br />

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