5 Going to I am going to make John's birthday cake. We use going to + infinitive for things we have already decided to do before speaking.I am going to make John's birthday cake.Who are you going to invite to the party?
6 Present continuousWe use present continuous for things we have already agreed to do, usually with somebody else (arrangements).I am meeting some friends after school.3.00 PM meeting friends
7 We`ve booked the flight. We are flying to Florida in July.
8 `ll show Am going to wash `ll lend I don`t know how to use this camera.It`s easy. I…………… you. (show)Why are you filling that bucket with water?I the car. (wash)Oh, I`ve just realized. I haven`t got any money.Haven`t you? Well, don`t worry.I …………………… you some. (lend)`ll showAm going to wash`ll lend
9 Future continuous Tonight at 6.00 PM, I will be eating dinner. Future continuous is used to describe a situation in the future at a particular time.Tonight at 6.00 PM, I will be eating dinner.I am going to start earlier (5.50 PM) and I will be in the process of eating dinner at 6.00 PM.
10 This time tomorrow I will be flying to Hawai. The plane will took off at 8.00 AM and I will be in the process of flying at _____ AM
11 Future perfect I will have graduated from university by 2021. 2018? We use future perfect to talk about action that will be completed in the future.I will have graduated from university by 2021.2018?2019?2020?
12 I have already finished! The builder says he will have finished the roof by Saturday.Saturday:I have already finished!
13 Vicky goes to school every day. She leaves home at 7.15 AM. She`ll be leaving the houseShe`ll be at homeShe`ll have left the houseHe`ll be having breakfast.
14 Vicky leaves home at 7.15 AM and arrives at school at 7.35 AM. She`ll be leaving the houseShe`ll have left the houseShe`ll have arrived at schoolShe`ll be arriving at school
15 Vicky arrives at school at 7. 35 AM. Her English lesson starts at 7 Vicky arrives at school at 7.35 AM. Her English lesson starts at 7.45 AM.At 8.00 AMShe`ll be speaking EnglishShe`ll start speaking EnglishShe`ll have started speaking EnglishShe`ll be arriving at school
16 Bibliographybtenseintro.html ( )Solutions Intermediate Students bookRaymond Murphy: English Grammar in Use