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To indicate that an activity or event will take place at a time in the future
When I’m retired, I’m going to travel. Next week, we will work on punctuation. He is going to get his car fixed tomorrow. Our plane departs at noon next Friday.
Using non-verb: (+) S + will + be + Non-verb (- ) S + won’t + be + Non-verb (?) Will + S + be + Non-verb Examples: (+) I will be here two days later (- ) She won’t be at home tomorrow (?) Will you be at office three hours later?
Using Verb: (+) S + will + v1 (- ) S + will not (won’t) + v1 (?) Will + S + v1 Examples: (+) I will go to Malang tomorrow (- ) She won’t invite you to her party (?) Will he accompany you tomorrow?
Bentuk lain: Using “Be Going To” Penggunaan ‘will’ pada future tense digantikan dengan ‘be going to’, berikut adalah perbedaan fungsi keduanya: Will when we decide to do something at the time of speaking. The speaker has not decided before. (e.g. The phone is ringing. I will take it) Be going to when we have already decided to do something. (e.g. I am sneezing. I think I am going to be sick)
1. I ate lunch with Alan today, and I …….lunch with him tomorrow too. 2. Jason wasn’t in class today, and …….in class tomorrow either. 3. The students took a quiz yesterday, and ……another quiz today. 4. I didn’t get married last year, and …….married this year either. 5. Peter didn’t wear a clean shirt today, and ……a clean one tomorrow either.
1. Karen is tired tonight. She……probably go to bed early. 2. Denny has a cold. ……probably stay home in bed today. 3. It………probably be too cold to go swimming tomorrow. 4. I invited some guests for dinner. They ……probably get here around seven. 5. I went to the library last night, and ……..there tonight too.