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Future

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Easy worksheet to learn about the future
Easy worksheet to learn about the future

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1. Complete the conversations. Use the correct form of 
will 
or
going to
.
 1.
 
‘I’ve decided to go to university.’ ‘Really? Which subject _______________________ (you / study)?’2.
 
‘Do you think that computers _______________________ (control) our lives in the future?’ ‘No, of course not!’3.
 
‘Why are you wearing a tracksuit?’‘I _______________________ (play) tennis in the park with David.’4.
 
‘It’s very cold in here.’ ‘Yes, you’re right. I _______________________ (close) the window.’5.
 
‘That woman looks very pale.’ ‘Yes, I think she _______________________ (faint).’6.
 
‘Why are you turning on the radio?’‘I _______________________ (listen) to the news.’7.
 
‘I can’t work out this maths problem.’ ‘I _______________________ (help) you with it.’8.
 
I think Diana _______________________ (pass) her exam. She’s very intelligent.9.
 
What _______________________ (you / do) tomorrow evening?10.
 
I _______________________ (not have) breakfast this morning. I’m not hungry.11.
 
_______________________ (people / be) equal some day?12.
 
I’m sure your friends _______________________ (not travel) with us in the future.13.
 
Brian _______________________ (not buy) a new bike next week.
2. Choose the correct tenses.
1.
 
In a hundred years time I think people
will live / are living
on the moon.2.
 
Who
are you meeting
will you meet
this evening?3.
 
‘What are you going to wear for the party?’ ‘I haven’t decided yet. Maybe
I’ll wear
I’m wearing
mynew jeans.’4.
 
Greg passed his driving test last week. He told me
he’s going to buy
he’ll buy
a car.5.
 
I feel terrible. I think
I’ll be
 
/ I’m going to be
sick.6.
 
‘Where are you going for your summer holidays?’‘I don’t know yet. Perhaps
I’ll go
I’m going to goto
Torremolinos.’7.
 
We
will watch / are going to watch
a film tonight.8.
 
What
will you do / are you going to do
next Friday evening?9.
 
They
won’t visit / aren’t going to visit
their grandparents next weekend.10.
 
What
will people eat / are people going to eat
in the 22
nd
century?
WILL
We use
will
to talk about:
 
general predictions.
By 2100, most people
will live 
to 130.
 
decisions that are made at the moment of speaking (e.g. an offer to do something).
A: Is that the telephone?B: Yes, it is.
I’ll answe
it.
BE GOING TO
We use going to talk about:
 
predictions based on evidence.Look at that car! It
 
going to crash 
!
 
 
intentions, or plans, where the decision has been made before the moment of speaking.
He
s going to study 
English at Oxford.
PRESENT CONTINUOUS
We use the present continuous to talk about future arrangements. We often give the timeand/or place.I
 
meeting 
Anna in town tomorrow.

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