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Exercise 4. Respond to these questions saying what the person will do in the future.

Model: Nick usually comes home at 6 o’clock. And tomorrow?

(seven)

He’ll come home at seven tomorrow.

 

1. Jane usually goes shopping on Fridays. And next week? (Saturday) 2. The Browns usually have dinner at 6 o’clock. And next Sunday?(five) 3. We usually have a French class at ten on Thursday. And next month?(at nine on Wednesday) 4. They usually come to see us on Sunday. And next week? (Sa- turday) 5. Ann usually gets up at 6.30. And tomorrow?(8.30) 6. He usually leaves home for work at 7.30. And tomorrow?(7) 7. She usually plays tennis twice a week. And next week?(three times) 8. He usually goes to the library after classes. And next month?(before classes) 9. Miss Grey usually listens to the latest news in the evening. And next week?(in the morning) 10. He usually goes to the country for his holidays. And next year?(to the seaside) 11. Mary usually walks her dog twice a day. And this Sunday?(three times) 12. We usually take our exams in June. And this year?(July) 13. As a rule Helen writes one letter a week. And next week?(two) 14. The students usually write grammar tests on Friday. And next month?(Tuesday) 15. John usually goes on business to Moscow. And next week?(Kiev) 16. Roy usually makes recordings on Sunday. And next week?(Saturday)

 

Exercise 5. Explain why the person won’t do this or that thing.

Model: Will he come for supper?(be at the theatre)

No, he won’t come for supper. He’ll be at the theatre.

1. Will they discuss this question after classes?(at the meeting tomorrow) 2. Will she stay here till Monday?(leave today) 3. Will they get here at 5?(6) 4. Will you go shopping tomorrow?(leave for the country) 5. Will you watch the play on TV?(go to the cinema) 6. Will you have fruit for dessert? (have an apple) 7. Will your sister be at home tonight?(go to a party) 8. Will Robert call you from Paris?(send a telegram) 9. Will you wait for your room-mate?(leave a message) 10. Will Roger win the race?(be the second) 11. Will your friends put up at a hotel?(stay at my place) 12. Will the train come on time?(be late) 13. Will you see Jack on Monday? (on Friday) 14. Will James come to the party?(be busy) 15. Will you stay in town in summer?(go to the seaside) 16. Will the delegation arrive by train?(by plane)

 

Exercise 6. Make the following sentences a) negative and b) interrogative.

Model: Dr. Brown will begin his lectures next month.

a) Dr. Brown won’t begin his lectures next week.

b) Will Dr. Brown begin his lectures next week?

1. The summer holidays will begin at the end of June. 2. She’ll be married in spring. 3. It’ll take me an hour to get there. 4. My brother will go to India for six months. 5. She will call on them tomorrow. 6. He will see her at 9 o’clock tomorrow. 7. There will be a lot of people at the lecture today. 8. They will not translate the article without our help. 9. We shall meet in the univer- sity. 10. He will remember us. 11. I’ll be in tomorrow morning. 12. They will leave Moscow in August. 13. The talk will be very interesting. 14. There will be many visitors today at the office. 15. She will be able to do the job in time. 16. Tom will help you with the suitcases.



 

Exercise 7. Add question-tags to the following statements.

Model: 1) I shall be back on Friday.

I shall be back on Friday, shan’t I?


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