In each sentence, underline the future forms. Then write the type of future form on the lines: will-future, going-to-future, present progressive, simple present, future progressive, or future perfect.
- The film starts at 7:30 p.m. ____________
- Next week at this time I’ll be travelling to London. ____________
- He’s moving to France next Saturday. ____________
- I’m going to learn Arabic someday. ____________
- By 2025 my sister will have written her A Levels. ____________
- They probably won’t invite us to stay with them while we’re in France. ____________
Will-future or going-to-future? Complete the sentences using the information in brackets.
- I’m not sure what I should take to the picnic. Maybe I ____________ (to make) some potato salad.
- What ____________ (you / to do) after you finish school?
- A: I don’t have time to go to the library today, but I really need to return this book.
B: It’s okay, I ____________ (to return) it for you. The library is right next to my house.
- They ____________ (to attend) the career fair in the spring.
- We ____________ (to not finish) our project unless you stop texting people on your mobile!
- She’s studied so hard, she ____________ (probably / to pass) her English exam easily.
Listen to the report and answer the questions.
- Give the reasons parents host an after-prom party each year.
- List some activities that will be offered at the after-prom party.
- Name what parents will be doing at this time next week.
- Name some reasons why the students will probably eat a lot at the after-prom party.
- Describe what students wear at the after-prom party.
- List who arrives at the after-prom party and when.
Look at the picture and complete the dialogue. Use the verbs below and the correct future forms: will future, going to future, simple present with future meaning, present continuous for future meaning, and the future perfect
to arrive / to not arrive / to be (2x) / to land / to pack / to not pack / to rain / to not rain / to stop
A: I‘m looking forward to seeing you in London next week. I haven’t had time to check the weather forecast, though. How does it look?
B: Well, let me see … You ____________ on Monday morning, right?
A: No, ____________ in the morning. My plane ____________ at 15:43.
B: That’s right. Be sure to bring your umbrella. It’s already cloudy and grey here – that means it ____________.
A: No problem, I’ve already packed my umbrella! How does the rest of the week look?
B: Well, according to the forecast, it ____________ on Tuesday, but it looks like there ____________ showers and thunderstorms Wednesday and Thursday, so you’d better bring a waterproof.
A: Great idea, I ____________ one.
B: But the good news is that the rain ____________ by Friday and the rest of the week ____________ cloudy.
A: I guess I ____________ any suntan lotion!
B: No, you can definitely leave it at home!
Translate the sentences into English.
- Wirst du nächstes Jahr um diese Zeit deinen schwarzen Gürtel in Karate haben?
- Ihr Fußballtraining endet nicht um 16 Uhr samstags. Es endet um 15 Uhr.
- Wird sie ihre Fahrprüfung nächsten Freitag um 14 Uhr haben?
- Ich sehe gerade, dass ich noch etwas Zeit habe; ich denke, ich werde auf meinem Heimweg noch beim Einkaufszentrum anhalten.
- Heute in zwei Wochen werden wir auf Klassenfahrt nach Wales fahren.