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Lesson 2: Simple future with "will"
1. Teacher, I promise I ________ (to be) late for tomorrow's classwork.

2. Mr. Gradgrind, let me help you: I ________ (to carry) these heavy bags for you.

3. I hope there ________ (to be) too many people. I hate crowds so much!

4. Mario and Josè ________ (to meet) us outside the school at 6 p.m.

5. ________ (Mr. Trump /to give) us any homework for the weekend?
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Lesson 2: Future with "to be going to"
1. Jane and Mark  ________(not to get) married.

2. Hurry up! We  ________(to miss) the bus.

3. Who  ________(to buy) Charlotte's birthday present?

4. It ________ (to rain). Remember to bring an umbrella with you!

5. I ________ (not to borrow) a bicycle.
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Lesson 2: Future with "to be going to"
1. Lynda ________ (to learn) Spanish.

2. I ________ (not to phone) John again.

3. ________ (Max / to join) the gym in January?

4. ________ (you / to book) a table at Momo's for your birthday party?

5. Look out! The books ________ (to fall)!
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Lesson 2: Future with "present simple" and "present continuous"
1. The next train to Bari ________ off at 15:00.

2. Polling stations ________ at 7:00 on Election Day.

3. Hurry up! The film ________ at 19:30.

4. ________ round tomorrow?

5. ________ at home at weekends?
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Lesson 2: Future with "to be going to" vs. future with "present continuous"
Dear Jane,

I am really excited, we (0) are going (to go) on a short trip tomorrow to London. The bus (1) ________ (to leave) at 7 a.m. which is quite early of course! We (2) ________ (to arrive) at 1 p.m. and we (3) ________ (to have) lunch at the Museum's Cafè. In the afternoon we (4) ________ (to visit) the museum, and then at 5 p.m. the bus (5) ________ (to take) us to the hotel. I think we (6) ________ (to find) a nice restaurant near the city centre, and we (7) ________ (to eat) there. The second day's morning is free for shopping. We (8) ________ (to have) breakfast at the hotel's bar and then at 9 a.m. we (9) ________ (to meet) for a tour of a beautiful cathedral. I can't wait, it (10) ________ (to be) really exciting!!

Are you doing anything exciting this weekend? Write and let me know all your plans.

Hugs and kisses,
Jacopo
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Lesson 2: Review of the main future forms
1. He ________ (to give) a speech tonight in the auditorium.

2. The coach ________ (to depart) from stand 6.

3. Maggie ________ (to study) medicine when she finishes school.

4. I ________ you again ! (to believe / never)

5. Who do you think ________ (to win) the national elections?
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Lesson 2: Review of the main future forms
1. First I ________ (to do) the shopping and then I ________ dinner. (to cook)

2. You ________ (to fall off) your bike, if you are not careful !

3. Hurry up ! You ________ (to miss) your train!

4. A: "Dad, I don't feel well…"
   B: "I ________ (to take) you to the doctor straight away!"

5. A: "Ingrid, come here!"
   B: "What's up mum?"
   A: "Look, your shirt is so dirty!"
   B: "Oh, I know… I  ________(to wash) it this afternoon.
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Lesson 2: More future forms: future continuous, future perfect, future perfect continuous
Next week, a group of teenagers from Spain will be setting out on a short cycling trip through France. On the way they ________ in bed and breakfasts and youth hostels. By the time the trip is finished, they ________ more than 300 kilometres. Their only worry is speaking French ! Team leader Sue Malloney explained: "I think it'll be hard at first, but we hope to become really good French speakers. By the end of the trip ________ our French every day, so I think ________ by then. Away, just in case I get into difficulties ________ my French phrasebook with me!"
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Lesson 2: Grammar review: future forms
Decide whether the following statements are true (V) or false (F).
A: 1. In English grammar, the future is a verb tense indicating action that has not yet begun
B: 2. The future simple with "will" + infinitive is used to express future intentions that are decided at before the time of speaking, make predictions that are not based on personal judgement, opinion or intuition.
C: 3. The future with "to be going to" + infinitive is used to express future intentions that have already been decided before the time of speaking, to make predictions that are based on present evidence, to refer to future intentions that have been decided but have not been fully planned.
D: 4. The future with the "simple present" tense refers to future non-fixed events.
E: 5. The future continuous conveys a sense of ongoing action and is used to talk about an action that will be in progress at a certain time in the future (this action has begun before the certain time) or to talk about something that happens because it normally happens.
F: 6. The future perfect expresses action completed by a specified time in the future, and is used to talk about something that won't have already happened before a certain time in the future.
G: 7. The future perfect continuous points to an ongoing future activity that occurs before another activity.
H: 8. For decisions made in the past and for things we have arranged, we use the present continuous or the "going to" future.
I: 9. When we refer to the future in conditional clauses, we usually use the future with "will".
J: 10. After promise we usually use "going to", instead of the future with "will".
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Lesson 2: Future with "will" vs. future with "to be going to"
1. My mother is going to be back soon.

2. What will you have for lunch today?

3. Do you know if he will go to the dance with Maiko next week?

4. Hurry up! The train will departing in 10 minutes.

5. He is going to winning the match, for sure!
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