2D futures

No woots :) 

- 2D some more futures
- peer review/Election assignment

NEXT WEEK: bring your book, I'll give you time to read in class
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No woots :) 

- 2D some more futures
- peer review/Election assignment

NEXT WEEK: bring your book, I'll give you time to read in class

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The following slides are revision off what you already know and should have in your notes: 

- futures with will
- futures with going to
- future with present simple
- future continuous
- future perfect
- future perfect continuous

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p 19 ex 5
bridge between now and xxx
things in the future
to be + ing
to have + past participle

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Future continuous
will be working
ongoing things in the future
Future perfect
will have worked
something will be completed before another time in the future
Future perfect continuous
will have been working
something will be going on up to a certain point in the future

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By 18.00 tomorrow evening I will be making homework
At 20.00 tomorrow I will have made my homework
At 20.00 I will have been working for 2 hours

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We did this on p 19, ex. 6
When working with this: 
Look for the time indications
Is it ongoing, will it have finished? Emphasis on duration?

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- last new bit of futures 
(5 mins exercise, 10 mins check+ notes, 10 mins exercise+check) 

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p23 2D ex 6
Time clauses: phrases that tell us the relation between two events. 
- focus on the earlier event: use present simple
- focus on the later event: use present perfect
Try ex 6, we will discuss the sentences, but you must study them & look for the relation between both parts of the sentences first. 

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The point is....
After the time clause that focuses on preceding actions: NO WILL. 
Yes, we are talking about the future, but by using the time clause we indicate this. We are now can use present perfect to emphasise that one thing follows or precedes another or use 'will' for predictions only.

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this goes for sentences with...
- until
- as soon as 
- if... (prediction)
- by the time (prediction/planning)
- unless (prediction/condition)
I try to make sense of it in the next slides. Extra links behind this presentation

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Baamba is waiting outside


we've finished exploring
Action goes on up to a certain point, sentence focus on the waiting
---> present perfect

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As soon as

                            we have taken photos
we leave
first action MUST be completed
---> present perfect

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                          We stay any longer
we will be caught in a storm
Prediction (remember, first conditional? No will after if, that goes in second part)

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By the time

                          We reach camp
the rain will be here
Prediction (remember, first conditional?)

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                          We leave now
we will have problems getting back
Prediction (remember, first conditional?)

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Now what?
Time clauses: make ex. 7
Links with extra explanation are on the last two slides. We won't discuss this in class anymore: mail me for extra help.

Finished: do nouns and prepositions as this is good practice 
-----> read the article on p 16-17 
use the yellow words to make ex. 5 on p18

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I asked you to write an election speech using conditionals
I will use Magister to make groups

Move your tables together, exchange work
I have posted a feedback form in Classroom
Review and discuss each other's work. Make it a group effort, if you work together you know more!

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