G2 Prepare U9 - Future forms

Unit 9: Future
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Unit 9: Future

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Today's Goals
  • You can apply the future tenses in sentences.
  • You can explain the difference in the use of the future tenses.

- Dagopening
- Homework check: Reading Exc. 2, 3 (WB, p. 37)
- Grammar Note:  Future tenses
- Do: Grammar Exc. 3, 4 (SB, p. 56) + Vocab Exc. 1, 3 (SB, p. 56)

Slide 2 - Slide

Dagopening

Slide 3 - Slide

Write down one thing you learned from watching the "Happy News".

Slide 4 - Open question

How happy did the happy news make you?
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Slide 5 - Poll

Today's Goals
  • You can apply the future tenses in sentences.
  • You can explain the difference in the use of the future tenses.

- Dagopening
- Homework check: Reading Exc. 2, 3 (WB, p. 37)
- Grammar Note:  Future tenses
- Do: Grammar Exc. 3, 4 (SB, p. 56) + Vocab Exc. 1, 3 (SB, p. 56)

Slide 6 - Slide

Reading Exc. 2 (WB, p. 37)
  1. B
  2. D
  3. A
  4. C
  5. B

Slide 7 - Slide

Reading Exc.  3 (WB, p. 37)
  1. off-road
  2. vehicles
  3. incredible
  4. trick(s)
  5. realistic

Slide 8 - Slide

Today's Goals
  • You can apply the future tenses in sentences.
  • You can explain the difference in the use of the future tenses.

- Dagopening
- Homework check: Reading Exc. 2, 3 (WB, p. 37)
- Grammar Note:  Future tenses
- Do: Grammar Exc. 3, 4 (SB, p. 56) + Vocab Exc. 1, 3 (SB, p. 56)

Slide 9 - Slide

Grammar Note:
Future Tenses

Slide 10 - Slide

Will/shall + be going to

Slide 11 - Slide

will/shall + infinitive
  • Predictions (without proof): I think they will win the game.
  • Promises: I will always love you.
  • Offers (in questions: shall): I'll help you carry your bags.
  • Decisions/announcements: The Summer Olympics will take place in August 2021.

Slide 12 - Slide

be going to
                                           to be (am, is, are) + going to + infinitive
‚ÄĘ to describe an intention
I’m going to keep a diary
‚ÄĘ to talk about a future plan
We are both going to study in the USA next summer.
‚ÄĘ to make a prediction about the future based on something we can SEE in the present (evidence).
Look at those clouds. It’s going to rain.

Slide 13 - Slide

We ........ watch a film tonight.
A
will
B
're going to
C
am going to
D
is going to

Slide 14 - Quiz

Your brother _______ study in America.
A
is going to
B
will

Slide 15 - Quiz

I think they ______ help us.
A
will
B
won't
C
isn't going to
D
aren't going to

Slide 16 - Quiz

You ..... probably ..... first prize.
A
will ... win
B
are ... going to win
C
will ... won
D
are ... going to won

Slide 17 - Quiz

Fill in the right form of the verb between brackets.
Choose from will/shall and to be going to + infinitive.

Slide 18 - Slide

Fill in the right form of the verb between brackets.
Choose from will/shall and to be going to + infinitive.

Slide 19 - Slide

                 Will/shall + infinitive

- Voorspellingen zonder bewijs, 
- Spontane beslissingen.
- Beloftes
- Aanbod

We will give it back tomorrow.
Mum thinks it will rain, I'm not sure though.
I think I will go to the cinema!
              To be going to + infinitive

-Voorspellingen met  bewijs
-Van plan zijn
-future plans


We agreed that we are going to go to the cinema.
Look at those dark clouds! I think it is going to rain.

Slide 20 - Slide

Future Pt. 2
Present Continuous  (future purposes)
&
Future Continuous 


Slide 21 - Slide

Present Continuous
                                     to be (am, is , are) + verb + ing

  • future events that are fixed, planned or definitely decided
I am visiting my grandparents tomorrow.
Next month we are emigrating to Australia.
Nattll! Now, At the moment, Today, This, Look, Listen

Slide 22 - Slide

Future Continuous
                                                             will + be + verb + -ing

  • Projecting yourself into the future
    By Christmas, I will be speaking fluent Spanish.
  • Something in the future that is certain to happen at a specific time.
    By 2050, all cars will be driving autonomously.
  • Something in the future that takes place for a longer period of time
    Lucy will be working for her dad next year.





Slide 23 - Slide

Rewrite the sentences with the words between brackets.
Use the Future Continuous.

Slide 24 - Slide

Rewrite the sentences with the words between brackets.
Use the Future Continuous.

Slide 25 - Slide

He _______ (study) English for the next five years.


A
is going to
B
will be studying
C
is studying
D
will be study

Slide 26 - Quiz

I ________ (meet) my friends in the park in an hour.
A
am meeting
B
will be meeting
C
is meeting
D
won't be meeting

Slide 27 - Quiz

Charlie ________ (leave) for London tomorrow.
A
is leaving
B
will be leaving
C
was leaving
D
shall be leaving

Slide 28 - Quiz

I ________ (visit) my parents every weekend.

A
am visiting
B
aren't visiting
C
will be visiting
D
won't be visiting

Slide 29 - Quiz

     Present Continuous
        to be + verb + -ing


  • Future events that are fixed, planned, definitely decided

I am meeting my friends at the park in an hour.


       Future Continuous
       will + be + verb + -ing

  • Something in the future that is certain to happen at a specific time.
Joey won't be competing in the championship this month.

Slide 30 - Slide

Today's Goals
  • You can apply the future tenses in sentences.
  • You can explain the difference in the use of the future tenses.

- Dagopening
- Homework check: Reading Exc. 2, 3 (WB, p. 37)
- Grammar Note:  Future tenses
- Do: Grammar Exc. 3, 4 (SB, p. 56) + Vocab Exc. 1, 3 (SB, p. 56)

Slide 31 - Slide