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Future Plans and Ambitions. The Warehouse Madrid Pre-Intermediate Course. Be going to + infinitive. To talk about future plans We’re going to fly to Chicago in July. We’re going to visit his parents on Saturday. Will + infinitive. To talk about predictions I think he’ll go to law school.

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Future plans and ambitions

Future Plans and Ambitions

The Warehouse Madrid

Pre-Intermediate Course


Be going to infinitive
Be going to + infinitive

  • To talk about future plans

    • We’re going to fly to Chicago in July.

    • We’re going to visit his parents on Saturday.


Will infinitive
Will + infinitive

  • To talk about predictions

    • I think he’ll go to law school.

    • I’m sure you’ll love the Grand Canyon.




Be planning infinitive with to
Be planning +infinitive with to

  • I am planning to become a nurse when I graduate.

  • I am planning to move to Boston after this year.

  • Pretty certain that you’re going to do this thing.


Be hoping infinitive with to
Be hoping + infinitive with to

  • We’re hoping to retire soon.

  • We’re hoping to visit our grandchildren in August.

  • Less certain than “I’m going to”


Be looking forward to verb ing
Be looking forward to + verb+ing

  • I’m looking forward to travelling to the U.S. in July.

  • He’s looking forward to graduating in May.

  • It means you’re excited about something. (Tengoganas)


Would like infinitive with to
Would like + infinitive with to

  • I would like to write a book.

  • She would like to visit Australia one day.


Be thinking of verb ing
Be thinking of + verb+ing

  • He’s think of doing a Master’s degree in English Literature.

  • She’s thinking of enrolling her daughter in the local daycare down the street.


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