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Sometimes it`s not easy to distinguish these forms of the future tense. We should make it quite clear before teaching a class. Future simple I/ we shall, you/he. she/they will… Usages: Future facts and certainties Promises Predictions (Based on no present evidence, as opposed to "be going to") Assumptions/speculations ?? Spontaneous decisions Threats Shall/will Shall: making suggestions, invitations, etc. More formal in affirmative sentences Will: a stronger intention, coercion, or determination, than shall Teaching ideas: 1. Fortune telling/ palm-reading 2. With present simple in time clauses. She`ll be happy when we arrive. 3. Going on a holiday/lost in the desert- what will you take? 4. Winning the lottery: what will you do? 5. Predicting future changes in the next X years using various topics 6. Predicting what others will be like in X year. 7. Songs Future Continuous Will be doing… 1. To say something will be in progress at a particular moment in the future 2. To predict the present to say what we think or guess might be happening now 3. For polite enquiries referring to other people`s plans, but not to influence the listener`s intentions 4. To refer to future events which are fixed or decided (without suggesting personal intention) Future Perfect Will have done To say something will have been done, completed or achieved by a certain time in the future. Future Perfect Continuous Will have been v-ing Usages: to say how long something will have continued by a certain time. By next week… By this time tomorrow… Be going to Usages: 1. intentions 2. predictions based on present evidence I think it`s going to rain later! 3. plans (decisions made before speaking) Present Simple Usages: 1. To suggest a more formal situation 2. For timetables and schedules 3. To suggest a more impersonal tone Present Continuous 1. For definite arrangements 2. For decisions and plans without a time frame
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