Unit 5: What do you want to do?. Grammar points. Main points. Future intention Verb patterns. Future intention: Will. Will+ infinitive without to Usage: To express future intention at the moment of speaking Ex: I will buy her some drink I will go to the cinema with Mary
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Will+ infinitive without to
To express future intention at the moment of speaking
Ex: I will buy her some drink
I will go to the cinema with Mary
2) To express an offer
Ex: I will carry your suitcase
I will do the washing-up
Am/is/are + going + to infinitive
To express future intention, decision or plan before the moment of speaking
I am going study hard
She is going to make a big meal
Something is certain to happen
Look at the sky! It is going to rain
Watch out! The box is going to fall
Present continuous: to express the planned future arrangement.
Ex: What are you going to do tonight? We are having a party. Can you come?
Like doing or love doing express the general enjoyment.
I like reading books. (It is my hobby)
I like working as a teacher. (I am a teacher and I enjoy it)
Would like to do or would love to do= want to do express a preference now or at the specific time
I would like to be a teacher=when I grow up, I want to be a teacher
Thanks, I’d love to dance=at the party, I am pleased you asked me.
as a result of
in view of