Presentation on theme: "What do you want to be when you grow up?. Future."— Presentation transcript:
What do you want to be when you grow up?
What does future mean?
It means things, actions, and events that will happen in the future.
There are two ways to form the future The first way is to use
Use When do we use “will”?
I am hungry. I will eat This necklace is beautiful. I will buy it. I am tired. I will have a nap. On- the- spot decisions (without thinking)
Her teacher thinks she will be a great pianist one day. Grandmother thinks that he will be a doctor like his father. Prediction based on what we think or imagine
-Stop talking or I will send you out. -Don’t speak or you will stand up. -You will hurt your back if you move this heavy sofa by yourself Threats or warnings
Ann will be two years old next month. Actions, events, situations which will definitely happen in the future and which we cannot control
-I will help you. -I will show you how the camera works. Promises
I hope he will come early. I think she won’t agree. I believe he will be here on time. I expect my father will give me a present. Hope-think-believe-expect
-He will probably be late tonight. -Perhaps, she won’t be able to come. Probably-Perhaps
-I’m sure he will tell the truth. -I’m afraid we won’t be on time for the meeting. I’m sure – I’m afraid
Affirmative I, You, He, She, It, We, They will + bare infinitive I will eat You will sleep He will try She will do It will happen We will go They will stop
Negative I, You, He, She, It, We, They will not (won’t) + bare infinitive I will not (won’t) eat You will not (won’t) sleep He will not (won’t) try She will not (won’t) do It will not (won’t) happen We will not (won’t) go They will not (won’t) stop
Questions Will + I, You, He, She, It, We, They + bare infinitive Will I eat? Will you sleep? Will he try? Will she do? Will it happen? Will we go? Will they stop?
Time Expressions In a while Tomorrow-the day after tomorrow- In two/ three days’ time, Next week/month/year. Tonight Soon This evening In a week/month/year.
Be going to Subject + am/is /are + going to + verb
Use When do we use “be going to”?
I am going to learn Spanish. She is going to travel abroad. We are going to buy a new car. Future plans and intentions
She is pregnant. She is going to have a baby. It is cloudy and dark. It is going to rain. Predictions based on what we see or know (an evidence)
Affirmative I am, He, She, It is, We, You are + going to+ bare infinitive I am going to study You are going to travel He is going to write She is going to do It is going to buy We are going to go They are going to stop
Negative I am not, He/she/it is not, We/you/they are +going to+ bare infinitive I am not going to study You are not going to travel He is not going to write She is not going to do It is not going to buy We are not going to go They are not going to stop
Questions Am I, is he, she, it, are we, you + going to+ bare infinitive Am I going to study? Are you going to travel? Is he going to write? Is she going to do? Is it going to fly? Are we going to go? Are they going to stop?
Time expressions In a while Tomorrow-the day after tomorrow- In two/ three days’ time, Next week/month/year. Tonight Soon This evening In a week/month/year.