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Future. Claudia Dámaso, Eva Llamas, Laura Andreu. WILL, WON’T. CONTRACTIONS: ‘ll= will won’t= will not. Use:. · Use will/won’t + infinitive for future predictions. ( She’ ll be tired. ). USE:. The future of there is/are = there will be.

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Claudia Dámaso, Eva Llamas, Laura Andreu.



CONTRACTIONS: ‘ll= willwon’t= will not



· Use will/won’t + infinitive for future predictions.

( She’ ll be tired. )

  • The future of there is/are = there will be.
  • The future of can =be able to + infinitive. NOT I’ll can.
  • We often use I think/don’t think ..+will…

I think he’ll fail the exam. I don’t think he’ll pass the exam. NOT I think he won’t pass.

  • Sometimes in positive sentences with I and We , use Shall ( not will), but this is very formal ( for example, in a business letter).

I shall write to you when I have studied your case.

  • Use Shall I…? or Shall we…? When an offer is a question.

Shall I pay?

Shall we call you tonight at 7.00?

be going to
(be) going to
  • We use this to talk about decisions, plans and intentions made before the time of speaking.
  • We aren’t going to use the new boat for races.
  • We also can use it to predict the future when we can see something is starting to happen.
  • Look out! He’s going to hit you!
  • Instead of saying “going to”, we can say “ (be) gonna …”, but that last is more informal.
present continuous
Present continuous
  • We use this to talk about arrangements for the future.
  • They’re starting in four weeks’ time.
  • Choose the correct answer:
  • We’ll have / We’re going to have a party next Saturday – do you want to come?
  • The sky’s getting darker – I think it’s raining / it’s going to rain.
  • It’s possible that in 50 years there won’t be / aren’t going to be any tigers in the world.
  • I won’t study / I’m not getting to study medicine – I want to be a doctor now.
  • I’ve got an appointment with the doctor – I’m seeing / I’ll see her at 10 o’clock tomorrow.

6 People say that in 2020, computers will be / are beeing very small.

  • Complete the sentences with the correct future form. Ude the word at the end to help you.
  • I’ve got a date with Paul tonight – I … (meet) him at 8 o’clock. Arrangement
  • I’ve missed my bus, so I … (walk) home. Intention
  • In 2099, it … (be) impossible to tell the difference betwen people and robots. Prediction
  • I think Ellen … (break) more sailing records in the next few years. Prediction
  • My parents … (visit) my uncle and aunt next weekend. Arrangement
  • My friend Megan … (study) languages at university when she leaves school. Intention