Prepare U9 - Future forms

Unit 8 & 9: Future
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Unit 8 & 9: Future

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Bellringer (5 min)

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Bellringer (5 min)

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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.

- Grammar Recap/Note:  Future tenses
- Do: Grammar Exc. 3, 4 (SB, p. 56) + Vocab Exc. 2, 3 (SB, p. 56)

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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.

- Homework check: Vocab exc. 1 (WB, p. 36)
- Grammar Recap/Note:  Future tenses
- Do: Grammar Exc. 3, 4 (SB, p. 56) + Vocab Exc. 2, 3 (SB, p. 56)

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Grammar Note:
Future Tenses

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Will/shall + be going to

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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.

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be going to
                                           to be (am, is, are) + going to + infinitive
to describe an intention
I’m going to keep a diary
• to talk about a future plan
We are both going to study in the USA next summer.
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.

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be about to + infinitive
  • For actions which will happen immediately
     Put your phones away. We're about to start class!
  • NOT: to indicate someone is not intending to do something
    I am not about to clean that toilet. My nephews ate chili yesterday. 

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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

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Present Simple
                                                   verb or verb+s

  • future events that follow a timetable or a fixed schedule
We have English class every Monday at 09:15.
The train departs from platform 9 3/4 at 18:00.

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

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

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

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

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                 Will/shall + infinitive

- Predictions without evidence, 
- Spontaneous decisions.
- Promises
- Offers

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

-Predictions with evidence
-Intentions
-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.

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


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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.

- Homework check: Vocab exc. 1 (WB, p. 36)
- Grammar Recap/Note:  Future tenses
- Do: Grammar Exc. 3, 4 (SB, p. 56) + Vocab Exc. 2, 3 (SB, p. 56)

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Future Continuous
                                                           will + be + verb + -ing

  • Projecting yourself into the future
    By Christmas, I will be speaking fluent Spanish.
  • To guess about future events
    He will be coming to the meeting, I guess.
  • Something in the future that takes place for a longer period of time
Lucy will be working for her dad next year.






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Future Perfect
                                        Will + have + past participle
future perfect: he will have gone
  • Something that you finish in the future. 
In 2025 I will have finished my studies.
By the time you read this, I will have left

You are projecting yourself to a future time, where you will have finished something.

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Future perfect continuous
will + have been + verb + ing
Just like other continuous tenses, the duration of the action is important. 
How long something will have been going on before a particular time/event in the future.
    
 - We will have been cleaning the house all day before she returns. 
- I will have been studying for my English test for 4 hours when I take a break.

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


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

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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

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When Charlie's in Australia, he ________ (stay) with friends
A
will have staid
B
will be staying
C
will have stayed
D
is staying

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By this time next year, I ______ (pass) my exam

A
will be passing
B
will have passed
C
am passing
D
will have pass

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     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

  • Longer events at a particular time in the future.

Joey won't be competing in the championship this month.

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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.

- Homework check: Vocab exc. 1 (WB, p. 36)
- Grammar Recap/Note:  Future tenses
- Do: Grammar Exc. 3, 4 (SB, p. 56) + Vocab Exc. 2, 3 (SB, p. 56)

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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.


- Grammar Note:  Future tenses
- Do: Grammar Exc. 3, 4 (SB, p. 56) + Vocab Exc. 1, 3 (SB, p. 56)

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