Unitat 25

Future tenses

Contingut exercicis

There are several different ways in English to talk about the future. These are the most important ones:

Will
It is used to make predictions that are not based on present evidence, to talk about offers and promises and to talk about unplanned or spontaneous events. Do you think he will arrive soon?

She will help with the cooking.

(The phone rings) I'll get it.

Going to
It is used to talk about plans and intentions. (An intention is a plan for the future that you have already thought about.) It is also used to talk about predictions based on present evidence. We are going to buy a flat next week.

What are you going to have for dinner today?

There are clouds in the sky. It's going to rain.

Present continuous
It is used to talk about plans or arrangements (something that you planned and prepared so that can happen – solid arrangements or plans). I am meeting my mother at the airport.

Our cousins are visiting us this summer.

Present simple
It is usually used to refer to future events that are scheduled (and outside of our control). The train departs at 6 pm.

I leave Barcelona at 5 am and I arrive in Sydney at midnight the next day.

 

 

Exercici 1

Respon a les següents preguntes per avaluar el que has après.

Exercici 2

Respon a les següents preguntes per avaluar el que has après.

Exercici 3

Respon a les següents preguntes per avaluar el que has après.