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GRAMMAR

STUDY
Complete the chart accordingly.
FORM
AFFIRMATIVE INTERROGATIVE NEGATIVE TENSE
WILL
Will + infinitive (without to)
I´m going to write. _______________ _______________ Going to - future
_______________ Are you travelling? _______________ ______________
_______________ _______________ He won´t go. ______________
USE She´s going to read. _______________ _______________ ______________
To predict the future ( what you think will happen) _______________ Are we flying? _______________ ______________
To predict the future you usually use will with the following verbs and You will win. _______________ _______________ ______________
expressions: expect, believe, think, hope. _______________ _______________ They aren´t going to ______________
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I believe I will get a good Job. I am visiting _______________ play. ______________


When you decide to do something spontaneously (decided at the moment of _______________ Will you marry? _______________ ______________
speaking). _______________ _______________ _______________ ______________
I just decided. I will join the community service volunteer now. She is planning. _______________ He isn´t going to ______________
_______________ _______________ work. ______________
_______________ Are you going to _______________ ______________
FORM They are coming. start? ______________
I won´t help.
_______________ _______________ ______________
Be+ going to + infinitive Going to _______________
_______________
______________
_______________
I won´t pay.
Decide which is the best for the context: going to, will or present continuous.
USE
To express an intention
Mark is going to London tomorrow A) We ______________ (make) leaflets.
B) I hope people ______________(volunteer) to help us.
C) As planned I ______________(meet) the Mayor next week.
FORM D) I expect people ______________ (understand) men are destroying the
Present
Earth.
Am / is / are + verb + ing Continuous
E) We ______________ (write) a letter to the local authorities with the
intention of explaining our campaign.
USE F) I think t he local authorities ______________(not/ cooperate).
To talk about something that we have arranged or planned to do in the future.
What are you doing on Saturday Mark?
I´m raising money for a protest campaign.
GRAMMAR
STUDY

FORM
WILL
Will + infinitive (without to)

USE
To predict the future ( what you think will happen)
To predict the future you usually use will with the following verbs and expressions: expect,
believe, think, hope.
I believe I will get a good Job.
When you decide to do something spontaneously (decided at the moment of speaking).
I just decided. I will join the community service volunteer now.

FORM

Be+ going to + infinitive Going to

USE
To express an intention
Mark is going to London tomorrow

FORM
Present

Am / is / are + verb + ing Continuous

USE
· To talk about something that we have arranged or planned to do in the future.
What are you doing on Saturday Mark?
I´m raising money for a protest campaign.

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Complete the chart accordingly.

AFFIRMATIVE INTERROGATIVE NEGATIVE TENSE

I´m going to write. _______________ _______________ Going to - future

_______________ Are you travelling? _______________ ______________

_______________ _______________ He won´t go. ______________

She´s going to read. _______________ _______________ ______________

_______________ Are we flying? _______________ ______________

You will win. _______________ _______________ ______________

_______________ _______________ They aren´t going to play. ______________

I am visiting _______________ _______________ ______________

_______________ Will you marry? _______________ ______________

_______________ _______________ ______________


He isn´t going to work.
She is planning. _______________ ______________
_______________
_______________ _______________ ______________
I won´t help.
_______________ Are you going to start? ______________
_______________
They are coming. _______________ ______________
_______________
_______________ _______________ ______________
I won´t pay.
______________

Decide which is the best for the context: going to, will or present continuous.

A) We ______________ (make) leaflets.

B) I hope people ______________(volunteer) to help us.

C) As planned I ______________(meet) the Mayor next week.

D) I expect people ______________ (understand) men are destroying the Earth.

E) We ______________ (write) a letter to the local authorities with the intention of explaining our campaign.

F) I think t he local authorities ______________(not/ cooperate).

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GRAMMAR
STUDY

FORM
WILL
Will + infinitive (without to)

USE
To predict the future ( what you think will happen)
To predict the future you usually use will with the following verbs and expressions: expect,
believe, think, hope.
I believe I will get a good Job.
When you decide to do something spontaneously (decided at the moment of speaking).
I just decided. I will join the community service volunteer now.

FORM

Be+ going to + infinitive Going to

USE
To express an intention
Mark is going to London tomorrow

FORM
Present
Am / is / are + verb + ing Continuous

USE
· To talk about something that we have arranged or planned to do in the future.
What are you doing on Saturday Mark?
I´m raising money for a protest campaign.

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Complete the chart accordingly.

AFFIRMATIVE INTERROGATIVE NEGATIVE TENSE

I´m going to write. _______________ _______________ Going to - future


_______________ Are you travelling? _______________ ______________

_______________ _______________ He won´t go. ______________

She´s going to read. _______________ _______________ ______________

_______________ Are we flying? _______________ ______________

You will win. _______________ _______________ ______________

_______________ _______________ They aren´t going to play. ______________

I am visiting _______________ _______________ ______________

_______________ Will you marry? _______________ ______________

_______________ _______________ ______________


He isn´t going to work.
She is planning. _______________ ______________
_______________
_______________ _______________ ______________
I won´t help.
_______________ Are you going to start? ______________
_______________
They are coming. _______________ ______________
_______________
_______________ _______________ ______________
I won´t pay.
______________

Decide which is the best for the context: going to, will or present continuous.

A) We ______________ (make) leaflets.

B) I hope people ______________(volunteer) to help us.

C) As planned I ______________(meet) the Mayor next week.

D) I expect people ______________ (understand) men are destroying the Earth.

E) We ______________ (write) a letter to the local authorities with the intention of explaining our campaign.

F) I think t he local authorities ______________(not/ cooperate).

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