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FUTURE IN PAST

Future in the Past is used to express the idea that in the past you thought something would happen in the future. It does not matter if you are correct or not. Future in the Past follows the same basic rules as the Simple Future. "Would" is used to volunteer or promise, and "was going to" is used to plan. Moreover, both forms can be used to make predictions about the future.

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FUTURE IN PAST

  1. 1. UPPER II ENGLISH LEVEL NAME_________________________________________________ Date: May 7th , 2016 Taken from: http://farmacia.unich.it/farmacologia/didattica/inglese/worksheets.pdf Page. 59.-
  2. 2. UPPER II ENGLISH LEVEL NAME____________________________________________ DATE: May 7th ,2016_ Use "was going to" or "were going to " and the correct past tense verb for each sentence: Example: A: Did you take out the trash? B: I was going to take out the trash, but then the phone rang. (ring) 1. A: Is Dave coming to our party? B: He _________________________, but he _______________________ a babysitter for his kids. (can't find) 2. A: Are you making dinner tonight? B: I ___________________________ until the power ________________ out. (go) 3. A: Is your daughter going to college? B: She _________________________, but she ___________________ to take a year off and travel first. (decide) 4. A: Is the teacher going to stay after class? B: He ________________________, but he ___________________ out he had a meeting to go to later. (find) 5. A: Are your neighbors going to sell their house? B: They ________________________ until the real estate market ______________________. (crash) 6. A: Are you going to buy a new computer? B: Well, I _____________________________ buy a new iMac until I ______________________ my job. (lose) 7. A: What are Jim and Victoria doing tonight? B: They ________________________ see a movie, but instead they ________________________ reservations at a restaurant. (make) 8. A: Did the plumber come to fix the toilet today. B: He ___________________________ come this morning, but his truck ________________________ down. (break) 9. A: Did the kids do their homework yet? B: They ___________________________do it until Uncle Joe _______________________ by for a surprise visit. (come) 10. A: Did I pay the credit card bill yet this month? I can't remember. B: No, you didn't. You said you ________________________ wait until you _________________________. (get paid)

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