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Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Indefinite, the Future Indefinite,the Future Continuous and the Future Perfect.

Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense to describe the future. Comment on their use.

A)Tomorrow night my friend Sophie ___________ (come) to visit me. Her train ____________ (arrive) at six oíclock and since I ______________ (still/ work) at that time, we ___________ (meet) in the city centre at seven. Iím sure that we ____________ (have) dinner at Gianniís because we always seem to end up there. By the time we have finished eating I guess that Sophie ______________ (persuade) me to take her to the cinema because thereís a film that she wants to see.

B)Dear Sally,

By the time you get this letter, I 1)____________ (be) on my way to a sales conference in the Bahamas! I still canít believe that my boss said I could go. The company limo 2)____________ (pick) me up from my house at 6:30 on Friday morning and by 7 pm I 3)_______________ (sit) on the beach, watching my first Bahamian sunset. The conference 4)_____________ (finish) on Friday but my flight doesnít leave until Sunday so I 5)_______________ (spend) the whole weekend swimming, sunbathing and sightseeing.

Well Iíd better go because I 6)_____________ (meet) Darla in town in half an hour. She 7)______________ (help) me shop for a new bathing suit.

I promise I 8)_______________ (buy) you a really tacky souvenir and, of course, 9)____________ (take) lots of photos.

I 10)____________ (call) you as soon as I 11)_____________ (get) back.

Take care of yourself,

Love, Nicola

C)Dear Ann,

Iím writing to tell you all about my plans for the summer. Iím very excited! I think it 1)_____________ (be) the best summer ever!

This July, I 2)____________ (travel) to Mexico. As soon as I 3)__________ (receive) this monthís pay check, I 4)__________ (book) my tickets and I 5)___________ (also/ buy) some new summer clothes. Hopefully, I 6)__________ (have) enough money left over to buy a new camera as well, because Iím sure I 7)_________ (see)b lots of interesting places during my trip.

On 4th of August, I 8)__________ (have) a big party at my house, because itís my 30th birthday. It 9)___________ (be) great, with lots of brilliant music and tasty food. I hope, you 10)____________ (come)!

Well, Iíve got a lot to do, so I 11)__________ (say) goodbye for now. I 12)______________ (write) again when I 13)______________ (get) back from Mexico to tell you all about it!

99. Put the verbs in the conversation. Use will or the present simple.

Sarah: If (e.g.) you take (you / take) a train, (e.g.) itíll be (it / be) much more comfortable. If (1) Ö (you / need) a car, you can hire one when (2) Ö (you / get) to Glasgow.

Mark: If (3) Ö (I / hire) a car, (4) Ö (it / be) too complicated. Iíd rather take my own.

Sarah: Itís too dangerous. You might fall asleep on the motorway.

Mark: I wonít fall asleep. I can play loud music. Anyway, (5) Ö (I / get) there much quicker when (6) Ö (there / be) no traffic on the road. As soon as (7) Ö (I / arrive), (8) Ö (I / ring) you, I promise.

Sarah: (9) Ö (I / be) worried until (10) Ö (I / hear) from you. But donít ring before (11) Ö(I / be) awake in the morning.

Mark: (12) Ö (I / lie) down for a couple of hours before (13) Ö (I/go).

Sarah: Good idea. (14) Ö (you / be) exhausted tomorrow if (15) Ö (you / not / get) some sleep this evening.

Put the verbs in brackets into the Present Indefinite, the Future Indefinite,the Future Continuous and the Future Perfect.

1. We (come) at 5 oíclock. ~ Good, I (wait) for you.

2. I (suppose) when I (come) back home in two yearsí time they (pull) down all these old buildings.

3. By the time you (finish) cooking, they (do) their work.

4. When I (get) home, my dog (sit) waiting for me.

5. It (be) the middle of July. They (come) soon.

6. If you (want) see us, come to Tomís on Sunday. We (wait) for you there at midday.

7. At this time next week they (sit) in the train on their way to London.

8. I (call) for her at 8. ~ No, donít; she still (have) breakfast then.

9. Itís getting dark; the street lights (go) in a few minutes.

10. It is nearly autumn, soon the leaves (change) their colour.

11. Donít ring her up at 12. She (write) her essay then.

12. I still (be) here next summer but Tom (leave).

13. Youíve just missed the train. ~ Never mind, I (walk) then.

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