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Planning your next vacation. Future tense using will and going to.

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Im Going To...Ill Probably

  1. 1. I’m going to… or I’ll probably… Future with be going to and will By Profr. José M. Jaramillo S. October, 2008
  2. 2. What are your plans for next vacation!
  3. 3. Go to the beach Go camping Go fishing
  4. 4. Go hunting Travel abroad Study
  5. 5. Make a party Do exercise Take cooking lessons
  6. 6. Visit some friends Read a novel Clean your bedroom
  7. 7. Rest and relax Go shopping Go skiing
  8. 8. Get a job Watch some movies
  9. 9. English has several forms that can refer to the future. Two of these are “will” and “going to”. The difference between them is not about near or distant future, or about certainty. The speaker chooses a future form depending on when the decision was made, and how the speaker sees the future event.
  10. 10. Afirma tive a nd ne g a tive form I He ‘ll (will) help you They won’t (will I’m/ I’m not not) She’s / She isn’t going to watch T.V. We’re / We aren’t tonight
  11. 11. Be going to + verb We use it for plans we have decided on. Plans that your are 100% sure you are going to do.
  12. 12. Example: • I am going to go hunting next Saturday. • My father is going to make a party next July. • We are not going to finish this report tonight. • The children are going to go camping on December. • Sandy isn’t going to take the English course this semester.
  13. 13. Questions What are you going to do next weekend? I’m going to visit my grandparents. Are you going to travel abroad next year? Yes, I’m going to travel to France with my sister. What is the teacher going to do next Friday? He is going to apply an exam to 3rd. Level. Where are you going to go next Sunday? We are going to go to the Bioparque Estrella. Is your brother going to work this winter? No, he isn’t going to work. He’s going to rest.
  14. 14. Will + verb + I guess/maybe/I think/probably Will is often accompanied by other words to show possibility or probability (e.g. I guess, maybe , I think,
  15. 15. Example: • I probably will go hunting next Saturday. •Maybe my father will make a party next July. • We are not sure, but I think I’ll finish this report tonight. • I guess the children will go camping on December. • I think Sandy won’t take the English course this semester.
  16. 16. More uses of “will” quot;Willquot; to Express a Voluntary Action quot;Willquot; often suggests that a speaker will do something voluntarily. A voluntary action is when the speaker offers to do for someone else. I will send you the information when I get it. I will translate the email, so Mr. Smith can read it. •We use quot;willquot; to respond to someone else's complaint or request for help. Will you help me move this heavy table? Sure I will, don’t worry. Will you make dinner? Yes, I will
  17. 17. •We also use quot;willquot; when we request that someone help us or volunteer to do something for us. A: I'm really hungry. A: The phone is ringing. B: I'll make some sandwiches. B: I'll get it. A: I'm so tired. I'm felling asleep. B: I'll get you some coffee. •We use quot;will notquot; or quot;won'tquot; when we refuse to voluntarily do something. I will not do your homework for you. I won't do all the housework myself! •quot;Willquot; is usually used in promises I will call you when I arrive. Don't worry, I'll be careful. I won't tell anyone your secret.
  18. 18. Let’s practice with some copies!
  19. 19. MAYBE TOMORROW BY WESTLIFE _________ Right there in front of me, _________ Weren't we meant to be? _________ Just stop lets start it over couldn't I get one more try? _________ Can’t believe its over that you're leaving, _________ Should've sensed the danger read the warnings, Chorus: Maybe tomorrow you are going to / will say that you're mine You'll / are going to realize, I could change I 'm gonna / will show you I'm in it for life I am going to / ‘ll get you back someday Maybe tomorrow I ___________ to be there, I __________ selfish I can see that now, I should've got to known you Should've held you, when your tears ___________ down, Just ____________ don't make me beg you, Tell me that you are going to / will stay the night Chorus: Maybe tomorrow you are going to / ‘ll say that you're mine You'll realize, I could change I'm gonna show you I'm in it for life I'll get you back someday I will / am going to find a way
  20. 20. Wait a minute just hear me out, This time I promise, I ‘ll / am going to put you first Turn around now your heart can't let you walk away I am going to / ‘ll do what it takes Chorus: now / so / wanna / There's / I / say / much ________________________________________________________ I just wanna make a life with you (don't walk away) Much / There's / do / so / wanna / now / I ________________________________________________________ to / wanna / I / you / make / love / just ________________________________________________________ Maybe tomorrow
  21. 21. What do I need if I go camping? Modals for neccessity and suggestion By Profr. José M. Jaramillo S. October, 2008
  22. 22. Money A backpack Medication Vaccination Hiking boots
  23. 23. Suitcase Windbreaker Sunblock Travaler’s check
  24. 24. Plane ticket Shorts Passport Overnight bag First aid kid Credit card
  25. 25. Write what you need to carry if you travel to the next places: Canada Mountain __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ To the beach __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________ __________________
  26. 26. Modals for necessity There are many ways to express necessity. must... need to... have to...
  27. 27. If your are going to travel to Canada, what do you need? Example: • You need to carry your suitcase. • You have to make hotel’s reservation. • You must take your plane’s tickets. • You don’t have to get your passport. • You have to get your ID.
  28. 28. Modals for suggestions There are some modals, they differ in streght. had better... ought to... should...
  29. 29. If your are going to travel to Cancun, what do you need? Example: • You ‘d better get your suitcase. • You ought to get some traveler’s check • You should take credit cards. • You shouldn’t forget your camera. • You ‘d better go to the beach.
  30. 30. Let’s continue in your books!! Mo re info rmatio n: jo e _m02@ho tmail.c o m