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4 2 Talking about the Future in English Talking about the Future in English Table of Contents (The grayed out sections are not available in this sample booklet.) The Simple Future... 5 Simple Future Rules... 7 Exercise Exercise Exercise Exercise Simple Future Story Before Reading Saturday Plans After Reading The Future with Be Going To Be Going to Rules Exercise Exercise Exercise Future with Be Going to Story Before Reading The Old Bookstore Future with Be Going to Story... 47
5 The Future with the Present Progressive Present Progressive Rules Exercise Exercise Exercise Future with Present Progressive Story Before Reading A Wonderful Plan After Reading The Future with the Simple Present Simple Present Rules Exercise Exercise Exercise Future with Simple Present Story Before Reading The Surprise Visit After Reading Future Review Table (It is located at the beginning of this sample booklet)
6 4 Talking about the Future in English Future Review Table Tense Uses Examples Present progressive Arrangements I am meeting Eliza at 4:00 tomorrow afternoon. Rick is not attending the meeting. Is Julia coming to the event? Be going to Simple future Simple present Intentions Predictions based on current circumstances Promises Instant decisions Predictions Future facts Time tables and schedules I am going to start eating healthier foods. We are not going to miss a single episode this season! Are you going to clean your room? Be careful! You are going to spill your tea! There are no clouds in the sky. It is not going to rain. The light is red. Is the car going to stop? I will pay you back tomorrow. We will not forget Mom s birthday. Will you take the dog for a walk? * I am bored. I will take a short break. It is too cold. I will not go outside. Will you have juice or tea? * I think you will enjoy this book. Caroline will not arrive on time. Will people take vacations in space someday? Wendy will be 30 next week. The sun will not set before 7:00 tomorrow evening. What time will the sun rise tomorrow? All aboard! The train leaves in five minutes. Academic activities do not begin until February. Does Theodore s plane arrive soon?
7 Talking about the Future in English 5 *Logically, we cannot make promises or instant decisions in English in question form. When we use will in these situations in questions, as shown in the table, we are really making polite offers or polite requests. In the first example, we ask someone politely to do something. They will then promise (or instantly decide) to do what we ask. For example: Will you take the dog for a walk? Yes, I will take him for a walk. (This can be understood as an instant decision or a promise.) In the second example, we make a polite offer. The person we are speaking to will then make an instant decision. For example: Will you have juice or tea? I will have tea, thank you. (This is an instant decision.)
8 6 Talking about the Future in English The Future with the Present Progressive The present progressive is a form of the verb that can show the action will happen in the future. We use it to talk about: Arrangements An arrangement is a specific plan that we have for the future. We have taken real steps to be sure we achieve this plan. For example: o I am having lunch with my aunt at 12:30 today. (I called her and we both agreed on the time.) o We are flying to France on the 28 th. (We bought the tickets.) o Owen is seeing the dentist next Tuesday. (He made an appointment to see the dentist.) o We are having a family reunion next week. (We invited everyone and arranged a place.) o Rita is starting an art class this month. (She already reserved a spot in the class.) o Paul and I are going to a concert tonight. (We bought the tickets.) o The company is launching their new product next month. (They announced it and scheduled an event.)
9 Talking about the Future in English 7 Present Progressive Rules Positive Sentences Who? Form of verb Examples I am I am talking. He/She/It is verb + ing She is talking. You/We/They are You are talking. Negative Sentences Who? Form of verb Examples I am I am not talking. He/She/It is not verb + ing He is not talking. You/We/They are We are not talking. Question Sentences Form of verb Form of verb Examples Am I Am I talking? Is he/she/it verb + ing Is she talking? Are you/we/they Are they talking?
10 8 Talking about the Future in English Contractions with Am/Is/Are When we use the present progressive in English, we use the verb be. Most native speakers use contractions with am/is/are when they are speaking. If they are writing something formal, they use I am/he is/we are, but if they are speaking or write something informal, they almost always prefer a contraction. I am He is She is It is You are They are We are I m He s She s It s You re They re We re When we are using the negative form of be going to, it is very common to use a contraction. Again, if we are writing something formal, we use the full form, but in most cases of spoken English, we use the contractions in the table. Here are the contractions with be and not: I am not He is not She is not It is not You are not They are not We are not I m not He s not / He isn t She s not / She isn t It s not / It isn t You re not / You aren t They re not / They aren t We re not / We aren t
11 Talking about the Future in English 9 Your Turn Write the contractions. I am You are He is She is It is We are They are I am not She is not It is not We are not They are not
12 10 Talking about the Future in English Exercise 1 Change the following positive arrangements into negative sentences. 1. We are leaving for our holiday on Thursday afternoon. 2. I am meeting with Ms. Keller at 3:00pm. 3. Liam is coming to the office today for the training session. 4. Aunt Liz is taking us out for dinner tomorrow night. 5. We are getting married on June 12 th. 6. Will is buying a car next month.
13 Talking about the Future in English I am taking a trip next week. 8. We are moving this weekend. 9. Gwen is having a big party on Saturday. 10. Shawn is running in a marathon this summer. 11. I am picking Claire up at the airport in three hours. 12. They are going to the opera on Thursday evening.
14 12 Talking about the Future in English Exercise 2 Read the following information. Then write what the arrangement is. 1. Jean and Erica agreed to have dinner together. They will meet at their favorite restaurant at 6:30pm. 1. Nora bought a bus ticket to travel to a nearby city tomorrow morning. 2. Peter bought a new house and planned his move for next week. 3. Helen planned a trip to visit her new boyfriend s home city. She does not know his family. It will be the first time she meets them! 4. Ursula s daughter will graduate next week. She made arrangements to travel to the university and attend the graduation ceremony.
15 Exercise 3 Talking about the Future in English 13 Look at the following pictures and read the sentences. Write what the arrangement is. 1. Wendy plays the drums in a band. Their first concert is scheduled for this Friday night.. 2. Tim prepared all the information. He invited the managers to a meeting today.. 3. Rachel chose a kitten to give to her twins. She arranged to give it to them on their birthday..
16 14 Talking about the Future in English 4. Harriet was hired by a big company. They asked her to start work on Monday.. 5. Gretchen and Fran arranged to meet for coffee at 4:15pm.. 6. Paula and Stephen bought their tickets to travel to Prague on the 6 th.. 7. Terrence reserved the tennis court to practice at 7:30am tomorrow..
17 Talking about the Future in English 15 Future with Present Progressive Story Before Reading A) Look at the title of the story and the picture. What do you think this story is about? B) Match the words in column A to the words in column B. (There can be more than one correct answer.) Column A live share reserve make make attend have clean take help Column B arrangements us university a tour the apartment expenses tickets together reservations a plan
18 16 Talking about the Future in English Column A get meet stay drive go stay have pick come be Column B in to up with nervous time to confused with here Column A this older study special living art parents cleaning guided dirty Column B sister exhibition room weekend visit group tour dishes gallery service C) After these exercises, what do you think this story is about?
19 Talking about the Future in English 17 Future with Present Progressive Story A Wonderful Plan Allison and Nate, a brother and sister, live together in an apartment. They attend university in the same city, so they live together to share expenses. Their parents live in a different city, but they are visiting their children this weekend. In fact, they are arriving at the airport in about an hour! Nate and his older sister talk about all the arrangements they made for their parents visit. Okay, so we are going to the concert tonight, right? Nate asks. That is right, Allison replies. We are seeing the orchestra at 7:00pm. Are we going to the museum tomorrow, then? her brother asks. Yes, I reserved tickets for the special exhibition on mummies, Allison says. Are you coming with us or are you meeting with your study group? No, I am definitely going with you to the museum, Nate answers. I love mummies! All right, so we are picking Mom and Dad up in about an hour. Yes, I am leaving in five minutes, Allison says. Nate is confused. What do you mean? We are both going, right? Of course not! Allison laughs. Look at this place! I was very busy making all the reservations and getting all the tickets. We did not clean at all! Oh no, you are right! Nate looks at the messy living room and remembers all the dirty dishes in the kitchen. What will we do?
20 18 Talking about the Future in English Do not worry, my dear brother, Allison says, smiling. You know I always have a plan. Is a cleaning service coming? Nate asks. Are Mom and Dad staying in a hotel? No, silly! Allison replies. No one is coming to help us clean. Then what is your wonderful plan? What are we doing to get the apartment clean? Mom and Dad are arriving in just forty-five minutes! Now Nate is getting really nervous. Not to worry, Allison reassures her brother. I am driving to the airport to pick them up, and then we are all going to a new art gallery that just opened. We are taking a guided tour for an hour. How does an art gallery tour get the house clean? Nate wonders. That does not clean the house! Remember that you are staying here, little brother, Allison says, giving him a hug before she walks to the door. This way you will have lots of time! I am going out to have fun with Mom and Dad because I am a wonderful daughter, and you are staying here to clean the whole apartment because you are a wonderful son!
21 Talking about the Future in English 19 Future with Present Progressive Story After Reading Grammar Correct Form of the Verb A) This is a copy of the original story. Go over it and fill in the blanks with the right form of every verb. Allison and Nate, a brother and sister, live together in an apartment. They attend university in the same city, so they live together to share expenses. Their parents live in a different city, but they their children this weekend. In fact, they at the airport in about an hour! Nate and his older sister talk about all the arrangements they made for their parents visit. Okay, so we to the concert tonight, right? Nate asks. That is right, Allison replies. We the orchestra at 7:00pm. to the museum tomorrow, then? her brother asks.
22 20 Talking about the Future in English Yes, I reserved tickets for the special exhibition on mummies, Allison says. with us or with your study group? No, I (definitely) with you to the museum, Nate answers. I love mummies! All right, so we Mom and Dad up in about an hour. Yes, I in five minutes, Allison says. Nate is confused. What do you mean? We (both), right? Of course not! Allison laughs. Look at this place! I was very busy making all the reservations and getting all the tickets. We did not clean at all! Oh no, you are right! Nate looks at the messy living room and remembers all the dirty dishes in the kitchen. What will we do? Do not worry, my dear brother, Allison says, smiling. You know I always have a plan. (a cleaning service)? Nate asks. (Mom and Dad) in a hotel?
23 Talking about the Future in English 21 No, silly! Allison replies. No one to help us clean. Then what is your wonderful plan? What (we) to get the apartment clean? Mom and Dad in just forty-five minutes! Now Nate is getting really nervous. Not to worry, Allison reassures her brother. I to the airport to pick them up, and then we (all) to a new art gallery that just opened. We a guided tour for an hour. How does an art gallery tour get the house clean? Nate wonders. That does not clean the house! Remember that you here, little brother, Allison says, giving him a hug before she walks to the door. This way you will have lots of time! I out to have fun with Mom and Dad because I am a wonderful daughter, and you here to clean the whole apartment because you are a wonderful son!
24 22 Talking about the Future in English Vocabulary Find the Right Word B) Read the description and write down what it is. Use the box below for help. visit apartment concert museum ticket hotel airport art gallery tour hug 1. It is when you go to see someone. What is it? 2. It is when you hold someone in your arms. What is it? 3. It is a place you live inside a building. Other people live in the same building with you, but you have your own space. What is it? 4. It is a scheduled event when musicians play. What is it? 5. It is a place where you can go to see old objects and art and learn about them. What is it? 6. It is a piece of paper that lets you attend an event. What is it? 7. It is a place where you can stay to sleep when you are traveling. What is it? 8. It is when someone shows you around a place and tells you about it. What is it? 9. It is where airplanes arrive and leave from. What is it? 10. It is a place where art is shown and sold. What is it?
25 Talking about the Future in English 23 Grammar Arrangements C) Write eight examples of arrangements from the story
26 24 Talking about the Future in English Grammar Positive and Negative Sentences E) Turn the following sentences into negative sentences. 1. They are arriving at the airport in an hour. 2. We are going to the concert tonight. 3. I am leaving in five minutes. F) Turn the following sentences into positive sentences. 1. Is a cleaning service coming? 2. You are not staying here to clean the apartment. 3. Are we going to the museum tomorrow?
27 Talking about the Future in English 25 Comprehension G) Answer the following questions. 1. Allison made arrangements to see the orchestra at a specific time. What does she say? 2. Nate asks when they arranged to go to the museum. What does he say? 3. Nate asks if Allison arranged for a service to help clean. What does he say? 4. Allison asks what her brother arranged for tomorrow. What does she say?
28 26 Talking about the Future in English Essay Writing H) Answer the following questions. Write a short essay for each. 1. Allison and Nate arranged lots of activities with their parents. What arrangements do you have for this week? 2. Imagine that you are their mother or father. Talk about the arrangements for your trip. When are you arriving? What are you doing with your kids during your visit?
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Introduction to tense shifting GRAMMAR LEVEL NUMBER LANGUAGE Advanced C1_2021G_EN English Goals Learn about tense shifting, using reported speech as an example. Practise tense shifting in various situations.
STYLE School Tests for Young Learners of English Level 1 Sample Test Form A Hellenic American University, Office for Language Assessment. Distributed by the Hellenic American Union. FREE OF CHARGE LISTENING
NAME.. LAAS LANGUAGE ATTAINMENT ASSESSMENT SYSTEM LEVEL PRE-A1 Certificate Recognised by ICC English English Language Language Examinations Examinations HERE ARE YOUR INSTRUCTIONS: Be sure you have written
Family and friends A Grammar: to be Complete the sentences with the words/ phrases from the boxes. There is an extra word in each box. Then put the mini dialogues in the correct order. Mark them with the
GLOSSARY Lost and Found a place that holds lost items for people until they come to find them * I left my glasses at the theater last night, and I m hoping someone turned them in to the Lost and Found.
Unit Travel trouble Lesson Vocabulary Write the words and phrases in the puzzle. r u n w a y 6 6 7 7 The mystery word is. Read and complete the definitions. arrivals : This is the area of an airport which
ENGLIGH REVIEW Am, is or are? Write the correct word in the gaps. Then make the sentences negative. a. I a student. b. My brother a teacher. c. We from Madrid. d. My brother and father English. e. That
EnglishForEveryone.Org 200 Exercise 11 Present Tense Fill in the spaces with the correct form of the verb in simple present tense. Affirmative (+): Example: He (play) plays the guitar. Negative (-): He
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Grammar, Vocabulary, and Pronunciation A GRAMMAR 1 Complete the sentences. Example: Are they from Switzerland? 1 I sing, but I can play the guitar. 2 How did your phone break? fell on the floor. 3 We British.