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1 Revision of present, past, future forms (present simple, present continuous, present perfect, past simple, past continuous, future simple, be going to) Put the verbs in brackets in the right form. 1. Where your daughter (spend) winter holiday this year? 2. Why you (sell) your car last month? 3. What time they (open) Biedronka on Sundays? 4. My sister (get) married next month. 5. What Jim (watch) at the moment? 6. you ever (drink) tea with milk? 7. It s a really fascinating story. I m sure you (like) it. 8. I am so tired. I think I (go) to bed. 9. Dogs (not fly). 10. I don t think she (understand) the native speaker, she (not speak) English. 11. My son (never, try) seafood, so I am sure he (like) sushi. 12. While we (play) hockey last night, my son (break) his leg. 13. Can I speak to Mrs. White? No, she (go) out. She (call) you back when she comes back. 14. Jenny (sleep) badly last night. 15. I (buy) the tickets for the match. Would you like to come with me? 16. we (have) a lunch at a new bistro tomorrow? 17. When I arrived home, she (make) dinner. 18. The police (catch) him while he (run) out of the bank. 19. When they (move) out of the house? 20. How many cups of coffee you (have) today? 21. Look! It (rain) soon. 22. I (lie) on the beach when it suddenly (start) to rain. 23. I can t move that table. I (help) you. 24. Would you like some tea? No, thank you, I (already, drink) two cups. 25. you (see) a dentist soon? 26. What time (play) football tomorrow? 27. Do you have any plans for the weekend?. Yes, we (celebrate) our wedding anniversary. 28. you (pay) the rent yet? No, not yet, but I (do) it tomorrow, I promise. 29. I promise I (tell) you everything when she (leave) the room. 30. How long (she/have) this car? 31. We (usually/spend) our holiday in France but this year we (not/go) anywhere, we (stay) home. 32. She (lose) her purse when she (take) her dog for a walk. 33. She loves biology and she (study) medicine in the future. 34. What time (the film/start)? 35. When Mary (get up), it (snow). 36. Look. Pierre (just, upload) some new videos. 37. I can t go shopping tomorrow at 5. I (play) tennis then. 38. She (win) X Factor in Sorry, I can t talk now. I (call) you back later. 40. Why (she, always, be) late to the meetings? 41. I am so tired. Don t worry. I (drive) you home. 42. What language Brazilians (speak)? 43. Ann is in hospital. oh really? I didn t know. I (go) and visit her tomorrow. 44. Where you (go)? I m meeting my boyfriend. 45. I ve got a headache. Wait here, I (get) you some spirin. 46. I (go) to the party tomorrow. Would you like to come with me? 47. It s so cold now. I (shut) the window now? 48. Where you born? (be) 49. When they (start) learning Japanese? 50. your children (come) back from school yet? 51. I can t find my bag. you (see) it? 52. you (see) anybody here yesterday? 53. Today I (wake up) late and my boss (be) angry with me. 54. you (go out) last night? 55. Can you call me later? I just (have) dinner.

2 far, uncertain future you cannot do anything to do about it. (horoscope) spontaneous decisions (while speaking) personal predictions or opinions (wishes, promises, hopes ) near, certain future general plans, premeditated intentions evident predictions appointments, dates arranged / fixed plans (written on your agenda) verbs of movement (to avoid repetition) SIGNAL WORDS SIGNAL WORDS SIGNAL WORDS probably, maybe, perhaps one day, in the future in 2050 I think, in my opinion to hope, to wish, to promise look at, watch out! listen!, wait! my intention / plan is getting out the umbrella, driving dangerously on Monday at 5 o clock, this afternoon, tomorrow evening appointments: optician, hairdresser s, dentist, fixed events: interviews, flights, weddings, parties Write the correct use for each example according to the chart above. 1. Isn t that Ann? I ll go and talk to her. Spontaneous decision. 2. I am going to buy a new Smartphone this summer. Intention. 3. Obama is visiting Madrid next month. fixed arrangement. 4. In the year 2050 everybody will have a computer at home. 5. The workers came this morning. They re going to restore the building. 6. I think this trip will be a disaster. 7. I don t know what to wear. I know! I ll wear my new jeans. 8. Plans for the weekend? Yes, I m going to visit my friend in Bristol. 9. She s getting married on Friday at the local church. 10. You aren t looking where you are going. You are going to crash. 11. That bag looks heavy. I ll help you with it. 12. Look at the TV forecast. Tomorrow it s going to snow here. 13. Did you hear the thunder? It s going to be a storm. 14. I m having a party next weekend. Do you want to come? 15. My prediction is that Thomson will win the election. 16. They are flying to London on Friday evening. 17. My horoscope says that I will meet an old friend this week.

3 Complete the sentences with a suitable future form. for future events which are part of a fixed timetable or programme: Ex: The train leaves at 9. for future events in clauses of time (when, as soon as, before, after, until ) and condition (if, unless, as long as ): Ex: I ll buy you a newspaper when I go out. for future plans or (social) arrangements (we must give the time, date and /or place): Ex: What are you doing this evening? I am staying at home. for predictions when there are signs that something will happen in the near future: Ex: It s getting late. You are going to miss your train. for future plans or intentions that were planned before the time of speaking: Ex: I am going to move to Italy next month. for things we think or believe will happen in the future (we often use the words think, believe, expect, be sure, be afraid, hope, possibly, perhaps, certainly...): Ex: I think you will enjoy this film. for (unplanned) intentions /decisions made at the moment of speaking: Ex: We seem to be lost. I ll stop and ask for the way home. for future facts: Ex: He will be 50 next month. for threats, promises, offers, requests : Ex: Stop that or I ll tell your parents. Ex: I will be careful, I promise. with the 1st conditional: Ex: I will visit you later, if I have the time. for temporary actions that will be in progress at a certain time in the future: Ex: I will be having dinner at 7 pm. for things that are already planned, or which are part of a regular routine: Ex: I will be driving into town later on. Can I give you a lift? for polite enquiries about people s plans /decision: Ex: Will you be going out this evening? for actions that will happen / be completed by a certain time in the future: Ex: I will have finished my homework by the time you get back. It is often used with a time expression using by + a point in future time (then, the time...) 1. We will go out as soon as we (finish) this. 2. By the time we get there, the film (begin). 3. Look at those clouds. It (rain). 4. I (meet) her this evening. 5. Don t call at I (do) my homework then. 6. Perhaps I (see) you tomorrow. 7. I forgot the car keys. Don t worry, I (get) them for you. 8. What time the next train (arrive)? 9. He (spend) all his money by the end of the week. 10. I (pay) all my debts in a week s time. 11. Stop that, or I (tell) your parents. 12. Paul (learn) French. 13. This time next week he (camp) in the mountains. 14. Have you heard? Linda (buy) a new house. 15. Where you (work) in ten years time? 16. I (help) you move if I get here on time.

4 KEY 1. We will go out as soon as we finish this. 2. By the time we get there, the film will have begun. 3. Look at those clouds. It is going to rain. 4. I am meeting / am going to meet her this evening. 5. Don t call at I will be doing my homework then. 6. Perhaps I will see you tomorrow. 7. I forgot the car keys. Don t worry, I will get them for you. 8. What time does the next train arrive? 9. He will have spent all his money by the end of the week. 10. I will have paid all my debts in a week s time. 11. Stop that, or I will tell your parents. 12. Paul is going to learn French. 13. This time next week he will be camping in the mountains. 14. Have you heard? Linda is going to buy a new house. 15. Where will you be working in ten years time? 16. I will help you move if I get here on time.

5 Complete the predictions. Remember: if there s evidence, use be going to. If there isn t any evidence, use will. pass rain travel win 1. How (people) in 100 years? 2. You have studied enough but it s a difficult exam. I hope you. 3. Oh, no. Look at those clouds. It again! 4. Spain is 3 and Holland is 1 after 87 minutes. Spain. Read these dialogues and complete these plans or decisions. But be careful: they are planned or spontaneous so use be going to or will. be call fly revise visit 1. Linda to Finland next June. She s got the plane tickets. 2. Are you feeling ill? Ok. I the doctor for you. 3. I didn t know you were at hospital. I you after school. 4. My plans for the weekend? Well, my children and I at home. 5. I want to pass my English exam so this afternoon I. Sam wrote some arrangements on his agenda for this week. Complete them. be finish have not forget prepare 1. He a job interview at 9 am tomorrow. 2. He to buy a present for his little brother Tom. 3. His mum and he a birthday party next Saturday. 4. He his Biology project before Monday. Complete these sentences with the verbs in brackets. Use will, be going to or the Present Continuous. 1. I (fly) to New York on Monday morning at 14: I m sure the doctor (cure) the sick man. He is a very good doctor! 3. Amanda (not work) this afternoon because she is ill. 4. Sheila (get) married next month. She s nervous! 5. His plan is that he (visit) London next summer Hurry up, Susan! - Ok, we (leave) in five minutes. 7. I (travel) to New York with my friends soon. 8. Oh no! It s starting to rain. I (go) inside. 9. I m thirsty. I (drink) a glass of water. 10. Do you believe people (live) on the moon one day?

6 56. I (go) to bed now. Good bye. 57. My parents (live) in London. They (live) there all their lives. 58. Is Brussels an interesting place? I don t know. I (never, be) there. 59. What s the most beautiful place you (ever, see)? 60. you enjoy your holiday? Yes, it s the best holiday I (ever, have). 61. I can t come to your party tomorrow. I (meet) a friend for dinner. 62. How long (you/know) Claude? Oh, for ages. We (go) for holidays last year! 63. What you (do) to my dress? It looks awful now. 64. We (be) in that restaurant twice. We really like it. 65. Can you lend me some money? I promise I (give) it back soon. 66. What (you/do) after university? Have you got any plans? I (want) to travel around Europe. I (already/save) enough money. 67. What s that noise? That s Tim. He (practice) his dance routine for tomorrow s competition. 68. (you/ever/see) a white tiger? Yes. I (see) one when I (visit) the Berlin Zoo. 69. The Browns usually... (spend) their holidays at the seaside but last summer they... (decide) to visit the Himalayas. 70. A:... you ever... (be) in New York? B: No, I... never... (be) there. I am not sure, but I hope I... (go) there in a few years. 71. A: Are you ready to order? B: Yes. I... (have) pizza with double cheese, ham and mushrooms, and a glass of diet Coke. 72. A: Look at the cat! It... (fall) from the tree. B: Don t worry! I... (catch) it. 73. I... (read) his books when I was at school. I... (enjoy) them very much. 74. When Mary... (run) down the hill she... (break) her left arm. 75. I usually... (go) to work by car. 76. Are you hungry?... you... (want) something to eat? 77. You are late. We... (already, start). 78. Mike _ (chop) the onions while Lucy _ (blend) the eggs and cream. 79. Last year I _ (not/save) any money. 80. What time _ (the meeting/end)?

7 going to: future 1 Complete the table with the correct form of be. am I wear jeans. You do your homework. He text his friends. She going to kiss Steve. It rain. We be late. They watch a DVD. Now make the sentences negative. e.g. I m not going to wear jeans. Now make questions. e.g. Are you going to wear jeans? 2 Put the words in the correct order. 1 you / to / tell / him / going / are /? 2 going / him / I m / tell / no, / not / to 3 later / are / what / do / you / going / to /? 4 watch / I m / a / to / DVD / going 5 Steve / going / is / to / be / the / barbecue / at /? 6 going / to / what / wear / you / are /? 7 wear / I m / jeans / going / a / T-shirt / to / and 8 late / we / are / going / be / to

8 3 Complete the conversation using the prompts. ROSIE Hi Sara! (1) (you / be at the barbecue tonight?) SARA Yes, I am. ROSIE What (2) (you / wear?) SARA I don t know. What about you? ROSIE (3) (I / wear my summer dress) SARA Is Anita coming? ROSIE I think so. (4) (I / send her a message) and check. SARA (5) (Steve / be there?) ROSIE Yes, he is. SARA Good. I have to go now. I ll see you at the barbecue. ROSIE Ok. What (6) (you / to do now?) SARA (7) (I / get ready). I want to wash my hair. ROSIE Ok. (8) (I / do my homework). I ll see you later. SARA Bye.

9 Find someone who Go round and ask your classmates the following questions. If they say YES, ask them more questions. If they say NO, ask someone else. When you have answers in all boxes, shout BINGO. Use BE GOING TO in your questions and answers. YOU CAN ONLY WRITE ONE NAME TWICE. go home after class? watch television tonight? go to the gym this week? go shopping tomorrow? cook tonight? go to the cinema this weekend? go to another country next year? use the Internet tonight? ARE YOU GOING TO What are you going to do when you re at home? Which programme are you going to watch? Why? Who are you going with? What are you going to at the gym? Where are you going to to? What are you going to buy? What are you going to cook? Which cinema are you going to go to? What film are you going to see? Why are you going? How long are you going to go? Why are you going to use it?

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