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Sterk Engels Leerjaar 4 VMBO-GTL Workbook

53 Future Do you

53 Future Do you remember how to talk about the future? Watch the video and take notes. When do you use ‘will’ and when ‘be going to’? 54 D-test Fill in the correct verb in the correct form. 1. The bus (to leave) at 11:15. 2. We all know your mum (to bake) a wonderful cake on your birthday. 3. I (to meet) my cousin in April. 4. Wait! Dad (to drive) you to soccer practice. 5. Janet (to join) the army next month. 6. I made reservations. We (to have) lunch at Garfunkel’s at noon. 7. On Thursday, I (to see) my former girlfriend. 8. Look at those clouds: it (to rain) in a bit. 9. Tomorrow it on the east coast. (to rain) 10. My boyfriend 22 next Monday. (to be) 11. Hey Jessica! Wait for me. I with you. (to walk) 12. She her mother next Tuesday. (to contact) 13. I think I this job. (to get) 14. They at about 6 pm tonight. (to arrive) 15. The teacher this grammar tense. (to explain) 16. He the phone. (to drop) 17. A lot of accidents in that weather. (to happen) 18. She if you show her haircut. (to scream) HOW DID YOU DO IN THE D-TEST? If you need extra instruction, check out the video or the grammar section at the back of the chapter. 111 ENGLISH WORLDWIDE - INDIA - GTL

55 Difference between ‘will’ and ‘be going to’ Watch the video again if necessary. Fill in the grid below. WILL + INFINITIVE BE GOING TO + INFINITIVE A decision A decision Karen: There’s no bread. Tim: Really? In that case, (to go) and get some. Karen: There’s no bread. Tim: I know. (to go) and get some when this TV programme finishes. A prediction based on A prediction based on I think the Conservatives (to win) the next election. The Conservatives (to win) the election. They already have most of the votes. A future fact: The sun will (to rise) tomorrow. For promises & / refusals & I if you like. (to help) you tomorrow, More examples: • (The phone rings) Julie: I’ll get it! Why would it be strange to use ‘I’m going to get it’ ? • I’m going to go on holiday next week. Why would it be strange to use ‘I’ll go on holiday next week’? 112 ENGLISH WORLDWIDE - INDIA - GTL