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1 Travel vocabulary Future tense
Unit 4 LET’S GO!!! Travel vocabulary Future tense

2 VOCABULARY 1 – Travel compound nouns

3 VOCABULARY 2 – Travel phrasal verbs
put on . put up come back stop off Get on turn back take off come across Get off set off to clothe oneself in to accommodate or be accommodated at: can you put me up for tonight? To return A stop on a trip to visit a diffferent place to board or help to board (a bus, train, etc) To reverse the act or process of making an aircraft airborne to meet or find by accident to descend (from a bus, train, etc) to embark on/start a journey

4 FUTURE TENSE In Spanish we have just one kind of future tense but in English they have several forms to talk about the future. (if it is something planned or not or if it is a near or a far away future) To talk about the future you have to use these forms:. BE GOING TO WILL PRESENT SIMPLE PRESENT CONTINOUS

I’m going to go the gym this year She’s going to give up smoking My family are going to visit me on summer Peter and Jane are going to have a baby Future plans or intentions

6 WILL Future facts (long future facts)
I will get married at the age of 30 People will fly in the year 2060 You will meet your future wife in the cinema This summer will be very hot Future facts (long future facts)

As you can see you have the verb “BE” so it is clear that you have to conjugate it. (And you all already know how to do it) You have to be aware because you need to add a verb in the infinitive form, this is the main verb , the verb you are going to use in the future form. I’m going to see the doctor next Monday She is not going to pass the exam, she hasn’t studied at all What are you going to do next Friday? Is your brother going to come to the party? No, he isn’t *

8 WILL It is very easy to conjugate because it acts as a modal verb. I mean it is “sacred/untouchable”, it can not be changed. It must be followed (ALWAYS!!if not it doesn’t have any sense) by an INFINITIVE form Its negative form is WON’T and it follows the same rules She will pass the exam, I promise If I win the lottery I will travel to New York Will you see Peter at the match? No, I won’t They won’t win the match if the keep playing like that

9 BE GOING TO / WILL Things your are going to say or do Spontaneously
Planned or decided actions Things that will take place As a prediction With evidences

10 BE GOING TO / WILL Things your are going to say or do Spontaneously
I’m thirsty I’ll bring you a glass of water Planned or decided actions BE GOING TO I’m going to the cinema next Friday so I can’t go to the party You haven’t planed that. You didn’t know your friend was going to be thirsty . It is spontaneous You have bought the tickets and you have planned that

11 BE GOING TO / WILL Things your are going to say or do
Spontaneously WILL Planned or decided actions BE GOING TO Things that will take place As a prediction WILL With evidences BE GOING TO

12 BE GOING TO / WILL Things that will take place
As a prediction (I think, I believe…) WILL I think people will fly in the year 2050 Racing will win the league in 6 years With evidences BE GOING TO She is going to fall off that chair! Look at that clouds! It is going to rain You are like a fortune teller with your crystal ball predicting the future You have some evidences, the clouds, the chair in a wrong position…

13 BE GOING TO / WILL WILL It is used to talk about PROMISES
I promise I won’t watch TV tonight

14 PRESENT CONTINUOUS Fixed appointments or when the arrangements are definite and unlikely to change. It’s more definite that when we use Be going to This morning, afternoon... I’m washing my hair this evening* I’m getting marry next July * Tomorrow morning / evening... Next Monday, week, July...

15 PRESENT SIMPLE Events which are part of a timetable or schedule: buses, trains, concerts... The train leaves at 6:00, so you must be there on time The concert starts at 10:00 and finishes at 11:00

16 Let’s practice Will or be going to
1. Look! I’ve just won 100$. I will / am going to buy myself a new jacket at last. 2. He doesn’t look healthy and smokes like a chimney. He will / is going to have a heart attack one day. 3. Sarah is going on holiday tomorrow. I’m sure she will / is going to enjoy it. 4. I’ve decided to stay at home tonight. I will / am gong to study for my history test. 5. Al is coming to our party. I hope he will / isn’t going to / is going not to bring anyone with him. 6. Just look at Susan. Everybody can see that she will / is going to have a baby. 7. Don’t pick up the phone, I will / am gong to answer it.

17 Present Continuous or Present Simple
Let’s practice again Present Continuous or Present Simple 1. I play / am playing tennis with David tomorrow. 2. Our plane take off / takes off / is taking off at six in the morning. 3. What time does last train leave / is last train leaving? 4. We are not going to / don’t go to Jessica’s this evening, she is ill. 5. School starts / start / is starting at 8.45. 6. The exam don’t finish / doesn’t finish / is not finishing until 3.30. 8. The match finish / finishes / is finishing at 4.45.

18 Will, be going to or Present Continuous
Choose the right answer. Jane has passed all her exams and She’ll study in Prague next year. She’s going to study in Prague next year. 2. He rides that motorbike much too fast. He’s going to have an accident soon. He’s having an accident soon. 3. We’ve got some bad news. We aren’t coming tomorrow. We aren’t going to come tomorrow. 4. What Will you do this evening? Are you doing this evening? 6. Don’t worry! She’ll be here soon. She’s going to be here soon.


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