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Future intentions with will FORM Will + infinitive without to Will is a modal auxuliary verb. The forms of Will are the same for all persons. The short form: ´ll Negative: will not, the short form won´ t Questions: Will you? Short answers:Yes, I will. No, I won´ t
USE Will is used to express a future decision or intention made at the moment of speaking. ´I´ll give you my phone number.´ ´It´s Jane´s birthday´. ´Is it?´ ´I´ll buy her some flowers.´ to express an offer or promise or to ask somebody to do something. ´I´ll help you.´ ´Will you please be quiet?´
Try to put the sentences in order: ´How would you like your steak?´ ´Oh, all right then. I´ll have a rump steak.´ ´I´ll start with soup, please, and then I´ll have roast beef.´ ´I´m sorry, madam, there´s no more roast beef.´ ´Rare, please.´ : ´: ´ 1 2 3 4 5
Complete the conversation with the lines below: 1. There´s a party at my house on Saturday. 2. No it isn´t. I´ll just get her. 3. Can you come? 4.Oh, never mind. Perhaps next time. Bye. A Hello, B Hello. Is that Liz? A No, it isn´t. I´ll just get her. C Hello, Liz here. B Hi, Liz. It´s Tom. Listen! There´s a party at my house on Saturday. Can you come? C Oh sorry, Tom. I can´t. It´s my sister´ s wedding. B Oh, never mind. Perhaps next time. Bye. C Bye! 20HH
Write the responses. Use the cues with the expressions in the box. Don´t forget to get Justin a birthday present. Don´t worry. I´ll buy one after school. buy/ after school Don´t worry. It´s all right. OK. I´m sorry. You were late for school yesterday. get up/ earlier tomorrow I´m sorry. I´ll get up early tomorrow. Look after your ticket. You lost it last time. not lose / this time Don´t worry. I won´t lose it this time. It´s your turn to wash up. do/ in a minute It´s all right. I´ll do it in a minute. I heard something interesting about Phil, but it´s a secret. not tell/ anyone Don´t worry, I won´t tell it anyone.
Future intention with going to. FORM Am /is/are + going to + infinitive I´m going to work. Negative: Í´m not, he isn´t, we aren´t going + infinitive. Questions: Are you? Is he? Are they? Short answers: Yes, I am. No, I´m not. Yes. We are. No we aren´t. USE 1 to express a future decision, intention or plan made before thew moment of speaking.
Vicky is talking to Justin about his party. Use these cues. Make their conversation. Are your parents going to be there ? No, they are going to be at the theatre..
you/ have/ the party/ at / your house? Are you going to have the party at your house? No/ have/ it/ here/ at the sports centre No, I am going to have it here at the sports centre.
eight o´ clock It´ s going to start at eight o´ clock. what time/it/start? What time is it going to start?
how many people/ you/ invite? How many people are you going to invite? all my friends I´ m going to invite all my friends.
/ the guy/ from the Carlton Club Yes/ have Yes, I am. I´ m going to have the guy from the Carlton Club. you/ hire/ a DJ? Are you going to hire a DJ?
This man is going to have a year off. Look at the pictures. Which of these things is he going to do? He is going to play the violin. He is going to take up skiing. He is going to play football. He isn´t going to study Chineese. He isn´t going to read books. He is isn´t to study astronomy.
Literature Hutchinson, Tom: Project 3 Murphy, Raymond: Essential Grammar in use Soars, John and Liz: New Headway Elementary