What are you gonna do tonight? Going to / Will Planning going out By M.D. Sandra Meza May 2007 SEMP
Do the laundry Fold the laundry Iron the laundry SEMP
Work in the garden Water the grass Cut the grass SEMP
Take out the trash SEMP Sweep the floor
Rake up the leaves SEMP Do the dishes / wash dishes
Watch TV Play TV games Dance Cry SEMP
Play football Play the piano Cook Call SEMP
Mop/wash the floor SEMP Dusting Clean the windows Clean out the closet
Vacuum the carpet SEMP
Surf in the net
Send an email
Go out with friends
Take a shower
Go to school
Call my friends
Do the laundry
Make a favor
Do the shopping
Rest and relax
Read a book / magazine
Visit a friend
Watch the news
Future with GOING TO
We use Be + Going to + Simple Verb to indicate an action that we plan to do in a specific time, in a short future
SEMP have dinner a home tonight. going to am I call your parents. going to are You have an exam tomorrow. going to is Maria come to the party. not going to are They be a lazy person anymore. not gonna am I
What about you?
Find a person who´s gonna....
Have a party this weekend.
Go to church this Sunday.
Visit some relatives soon.
Take a nap this afternoon.
Swim in the pool tomorrow.
Watch a movie at the cinema.
See his/her boy/girlfriend today.
Future with WILL
We use WILL + Simple Verb to indicate an action that we plan to do in an unspecific time, in a long future, when we really don´t know they could happen.
SEMP get married in three more years. will I see a ghost in the restroom. will You have three babies. will Maria come to the party. will not They be an arrogant and selfish person. won´t I
Find a person who will ...
Live in Montemorelos in 10 more years.
Go to the moon.
Visit Egypt someday.
Marry his/her boy/girlfriend in 5 years.
Travel around the world.
Have 4 babies.
Be an excellent teacher.
Pass this subject.
What are you gonna do tonight?
Now, It´s time for practicing in the book! SEMP Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org