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1 WILL: A SIMPLIFIED GUIDE Teacher David presents:

2 WILL It is used: -For offers:. I’ll help you with everything. I’ll bring the sodas. -For promises I’ll be there for you, I promise. I’ll pass the final exam with top grade.

3 WILL -For requests: Will you do me a favor? Will you give me a ride home, please? -For on-the-spot decisions: Ok, I’ll meet you in an hour. Oh, don’t worry, I’ll answer the phone.

4 WILL -For predictions, usually with the verbs think and believe: I think she will be a great actress one day. He believes I will fail the exam.

5 WILL Affirmative form: Subject + will +verb +complement I will study for the exam. Mary will graduate in July. My friends will play soccer tomorrow.

6 WILL Negative form: Subject + will not +verb +complement I will not go out tonight. She will not date him. They will not be in the same class again.

7 WILL Interrogative Form: will+ subject + verb + complement + ? Will I wash all those dishes? Will Pedro check his ? Will your classmates come to class?

8 WILL Interrogative Form: Recuerda que se debe responder con short answers utilizando el verbo auxiliar (WILL). Will I wash all those dishes? Yes, you will. No, you will not. Will Pedro check his ? Yes, he will. No, he will not. Will your classmates come to class today? Yes, they will. No, they will not.

9 WILL Contractions: Subject + will = I’ll, he’ll, she’ll, it’ll, we’ll, you’ll, they’ll subject+will not + verb = I, you, he, she, it, we, you they + won’t + verb

10 WILL TASK: Write 10 sentences about the future with will Examples: I’ll have pizza for dinner. She won’t graduate in July. They’will travel to Germany next year.

11 WILL Reference: Swan, M. (1995). Practical English Usage. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (2008)Diccionario Cambridge Pocket. Madrid: Cambridge University Press. Saslow, J; Ascher, A. Top Notch Fundamentals. New York: Pearson Education Mitchell, H.Q. Traveler pre-intermediate A2. American Edition. MM Publications. Page130.


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