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The Future

English has several forms which express future events. The form we choose depends on how sure we are that something will happen, whether we want something to happen, or whether we are talking about ourselves or others. ASPECT is much more important than TIME.

Predictions/Statements of fact/Intentions/Arrangements/Scheduled events

future •→WILL … ⇒[quiz#1] ⇔ [quiz#2]⇐

•→going to-future

Present Simple/…Continuous /…Going to

•→Future Perfect  … ⇒[quiz#1] ⇔ [quiz#2]⇐

•→ Future continuous

Simple Future or Future Continuous?

♦→  ‘WILL’  &  ‘GOING TO’    ↓  . . . ⇒ [quiz#1] ⇔  [quiz#2] ⇐

adverbials_f•→Talking about probability & making predictions⇒[01] [02] 

∞  Speculating  ⇒[quiz 01]⇐ / ⇒[quiz 02]⇐

←adverbials of probability

⇓  Wishes for the future

‘I hope I will…’  /  ‘I can’t wait for…’ / ‘I’m really looking forward to…’ / ‘I’d love to…’

↓  Using the Future Tense in Conversation⇐

◊→ Future Continuous  ↓  Usage

◊  Tenses overview ↓ present, past, future, simple, progressive, perfect!

· · · Mixed Future tense exercices…⇒[01] ⇔ [02]⇐

•→ Future Simple ⇐ [will …]

•→ Future Continuous ⇐ [will be -ing]

•→ Future Perfect ⇐ [will have -ed]

•→ Future Perfect Continuous ⇐ [will have been -ing]

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