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A. Read the short extract from the interview and recognize any constructions expressing Future Actions.
will + V1
You will make a good impression on your employer.
He will surf the Internet tomorrow.
will + subject + V1
Will you make a good impression on your employer?
Will he surf the Internet tomorrow?
will + not (won’t) + V1
You won’t make a good impression on your employer.
He won’t surf the Internet tomorrow.
future facts and predictions
be (am, are, is) + Ving
I am going to my new workplace tonight.
He is visiting a job interview.
be (am, are, is) + subject + Ving
Am I going to my new workplace tonight?
Is he visiting a job interview?
be (am, are, is) + not + Ving
I am not going to my new workplace tonight.
He is not visiting a job interview.
personal arrangements and plans, particularly when the time and place are known
V1, V-s/-es (for 3d person singular)
Job interview starts at 9 o’clock.
Deadlines end July, 12.
do/does + subject + V1
Does job interview start at 9 o’clock?
Do deadlines end July, 12?
do + not (don’t)/does + not (doesn’t) + V1
Job interview doesn’t start at 9 o’clock.
Deadlines don’t end July, 12.
schedules and timetables
to be going to = to be about to
be (am, are, is) + going to
I am going to discuss my projects on Monday.
They are going to leave the office soon.
be (am, are, is) + subject + going to
Am I going to discuss my projects on Monday?
Are they going to leave the office soon?
be (am, are, is) + not + going to
I am not going to discuss my projects on Monday.
They are not going to leave the office soon.
things we plan to do, or have planned to do, predictions based on what we can see now
A. Fill the gaps with the verb in brackets using either to be going to or will form of the future tense.
1) Sally: There is no paper left!
Betty: Oh, I (to get) some from the shop.
2) The population of Valencia (to reach) 2 million by the year 2010, the report says.
3) Boss: I told you to type this document today.
Employee: Sorry, Mr. Smith, I forgot. I (do) it after lunch.
4) Sally: Why don't we meet for coffee on Friday morning?
Willy: Sorry. I can't. I (to have) a job interview then.
5) "Tomorrow (to be) a bright and sunny day everywhere in Spain, except in Madrid," said the weatherwoman.
6) Look at that big black cloud. I think it (to rain).
7) Sally: What are your plans for the week-end?
Betty: Brad Snow, my employer phoned. I (to get ready) for our annual meeting.
8) Betty: Have you booked the flights yet?
Sally: Don't worry. It's all organized. I (to go) to the travel agent's tomorrow morning. You (to go) certainly to your business trip.
9) In the future people (to work) less.
10) If we miss the bus, we (to take) a taxi.
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