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1 THE FUTURE TENSES: WILL, GOING TO & PRES. CONTINUOUS

2 Future Tenses: To be going to Paco is going to visit Ireland Structure: Subject + to be + going to + infinitive This time Paco is going to take a different type of transport; Travelling by sea is going to be a new adventure; Our friend is going to see every place in Dublin; He is also going to visit other places in the area.

3 Future Tenses: To be going to

4 Paco is going to visit Dublin Structure: S + to be + going to + infinitive You are going to visit one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.You are going to visit one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. We are going to see the most important Dublin sites from the bus.We are going to see the most important Dublin sites from the bus. I am going to tell you about all of them.I am going to tell you about all of them. Fortunately, it isn’t going to rain.Fortunately, it isn’t going to rain.

5 Future Tenses: To be going to Paco is going to visit Dublin Structure: S + to be + going to + infinitive You are going to visit one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.You are going to visit one of the most beautiful cities in Europe. We are going to see the most important Dublin sites from the bus.We are going to see the most important Dublin sites from the bus. I am going to tell you about all of them.I am going to tell you about all of them. Fortunately, it isn’t going to rain.Fortunately, it isn’t going to rain.

6 Future Tenses: Will Structure: I will survive Subject + will + infinitive Fifteen Euros is a bit expensive, but it will be fantastic to visit all the main Dublin attractions. Of course, I will answer any questions you might have. I think you will enjoy the sightseeing.

7 Future Tenses: Will I will survive Structure: Subject + will + infinitive Fifteen Euros is a bit expensive, but it will be fantastic to visit all the main Dublin attractions. Of course, I will answer any questions you might have. I think you will enjoy the sightseeing.

8 Future Tenses: Will

9 Future Tenses: To be going to USES TO BE GOING TO TO BE GOING TO 1. A plan or intention. I’m going to study at the university next year. She is going to travel around Europe next summer. 2. A prediction based on what is happening/ evidence. Watch out! That little girl is going to cross the road. Look! Those cars are going to crash.

10 Future Tenses: Will USES WILL WILL 1. A promise We won’t leave you alone. 2. An offer of help I’ll carry the books for you. 3. A prediction based on opinion I think (that) Atletico de Madrid will win the league. It will probably rain tomorrow. 4. A decision made at the moment of speakingI will take a coffee, please. We’ll take a taxi. It’s late.

11 Future Tenses: Present Continuous Are you coming to the party tonight? SUBJECT + TO BE + VERB –ING Used for future arrangements. It is similar to be going to, but it is used to talk about personal plans which are close in time. Time expressions: tonight, tomorrow, on Tuesday, later … What are you visiting these days? I’m visiting the main Dublin attractions. I’m celebrating St. Patrick’s Day. I’m trying a true Guinness. I’m checking the bus timetables.


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