Presentation on theme: "Futuro forma affermativa soggetto + will / shall + Forma Base The train will leave at 8.30. (Il treno partirà alle 8.30.) forma negativa soggetto + will."— Presentation transcript:
Futuro forma affermativa soggetto + will / shall + Forma Base The train will leave at (Il treno partirà alle 8.30.) forma negativa soggetto + will / shall + not + Forma Base The train will not leave at wont (Il treno non partirà alle 7.30.) forma interrogativawill / shall + soggetto + Forma Base What time will the train leave? (A che ora partirà il treno?) Ill
USO DECISION TAKEN AT THE MOMENT OF SPEAKING EX.IM TIRED.i THINK iLL GO TO BED HOPES, FEARS, THREATS, OFFERS, PROMISES, WARNINGS, ESPECIALLY WITH EXPECT, HOPE, BELIVE, IM SURE,IM AFRAID,PROBABLY IM SURE HE WILL CALL YOU ACTIONS WHICH WE CANNOT CONTROL AND WILL INVETABLY HAPPEN. Shell have a baby in January
Going to Formacostruzione Esempio forma affermativa soggetto +to be al Simple Present + going + infinito I am going to leave (Ho intenzione di partire) You are going to leave (Hai intenzione di partire) etc....forma negativa soggetto + to be al Simple Present + not + going + infinito Im not going to leave (Non ho intenzione di partire) You arent going to leave (Non hai intenzione di partire) etc....forma interrogativa to be al Simple Present +sogg. + going + infinito Are you going to leave tomorrow? (Hai intenzione di partire domani?) Is Bob going to meet Susan tonight? (Bob ha intenzione di incontrare Susan questa sera?)
uso An action to be performed in the next future Im going to visit Ann next Saturday Planned actions or intentions Im going to buy a new car. Evidence that something will definitely happen in the immediate future. Therees a hole in the street he going to fall in it.
Present continuous forma affermativa soggetto + to be al Simple Present + verbo-ingI am writing a letter. (Scriverò una lettera.) forma negativasoggetto + to be al Simple Present + not + verbo-ing I am not writing a letter (Non scriverò una lettera.) forma interrogativato be al Simple Present + soggetto + verbo-ingAre you writing a letter? (Scriverai una lettera?)
The present continuous is used to talk about arrangements a. I'm meeting Jim at the airport = and both Jim and I have discussed this. b. I am leaving tomorrow. = and I've already bought my train ticket. c. We're having a staff meeting next Monday = and all members of staff have been told about it.
Present simple facts are something fixed like a time-table, schedule, calendar. Examples: a. The plane arrives at tomorrow. b. She has a yoga class tomorrow morning. c. The restaurant opens at tonight. d. Next Thursday at there is an English exam. Note the difference between: a. The plane leaves in ten minutes (= statement of fact) b. The plane's going to leave in ten minutes (= prediction based on present situation, meaning "...and if you don't hurry up you're going to miss it!")