SANDRA BIBIANA PUENTES RAMIREZENGLISH TEACHERNUESTRA SEÑORA DEL ROSARIO HIGH SCHOOL2013
FUTURE PERFECT FUTURE CONTINUOUS WILL / GOING TO
The future perfect tense talks about thepast in the future.AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCESthey will have finished by 10:00 p.mhe will have forgotten me when he willbe 50.
NEGATIVE SENTENCESHE WILL NOT HAVE GONE AT UNIVERSITYWON´TTHEY WON´T HAVE PHONED.
INTERROGATIVE SENTENCESA. WILL YOU HAVE BOUGHT A NEWCAR?B. WHY WILL YOU HAVE WRITTEN THISPOEM?
We use the future continuous to talk an actionthat will be in progress at a point in thefuture.AFFIRMATIVE SENTENCESI will be studying at 6 o´clock.He will be in his piano lesson at 3:30 p.m
NEGATIVE SENTENCESI won´t be using your car.He won´t be swimming in a pooltomorrow.
INTERROGATIVE SENTENCESWill you be playing tennis next Sunday?Where will we be having a lunch?
Will [will + verb]Examples:You will help her later.Will you help her later?You will not help her later.Be Going To[am/is/are + going to + verb]Examples:You are going to meet John this afternoon.Are you going to meet John this afternoon?You are not going to meet John this afternoon.