The Future Simple


We use be going to:
• to make a prediction, when something in the present tells us that something is going to happen in the future.
Look at those clouds. It’s going to rain.
• to talk about our plans and intentions for the future.
He ‘s going to have a party.
I’m going to study Chemistry.
Time expressions
• We often use these time expressions when we talk about the future:
today, tomorrow, next Saturday/week/month, this week/month/year, in January/the summer. on Monday/Tuesday
He’s going to buy a bike next month.
We use will
• to say what we think, guess or know will happen in the future. We often use / think and / hope with will.
I think she’ll help you. I hope our team will win.
• when we decide to do something, at the moment we decide to do it.
Oh, that’s the phone. I’ll answer it.
I’ll wait here.
There will be
• The future form of there is/there ore is there will be.
There will be lots of shops here in twenty years’ time.
There won’t be many people here.
A: Will there be a shopping centre, do you think?
B: Yes. there will.
1) Говорим о действиях в будущем.
2) Объявляем о решениях которые мы приняли только-что.
3) Предсказываем будущее, потому что думаем что оно произойдет.
4)Обещаем или угрожаем сделать что-то.
We will help you.
I will get you a drink.
I think our team will win the match.
Maybe she will do a language course in Malta.
I will buy the tickets.
Perhaps she will do this for you.
Maybe we will stay at home.
She hopes that he will cook dinner tonight.
I’m sure they will understand your problem.
They will probably go to the party.


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