• Lösungsvorschlag Future tenses
  • HerrSauer
  • 30.06.2020
  • Mittlere Reife
  • Englisch
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Fu­ture Ten­ses

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Fill in the most im­portant pieces of in­for­ma­ti­on.

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Will-​Future

Use: What do you use it for?

Form: How does it look like?

will + in­fi­ni­ti­ve // OR // "'ll" or "won't"

a We use it to talk about ...

pre­dic­tions or as­sump­ti­ons, things we can­not con­trol.

Ex­am­ple(s):

Ex­am­ple(s):

a: I think you will  like it.

b

b: I will help you with that.

spon­ta­neous de­cis­i­ons, like an offer or pro­mi­se.

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Going to-​future

Form: How does it look like?

Use: What do you use it for?

am/is/are + going to + in­fi­ni­ti­ve

a We use it to talk about ...

fixed plans or in­ten­ti­ons for the fu­ture.

Ex­am­ple(s):

a: I'm going to work when I'm older.

b

so­me­thing that will very pro­ba­b­ly hap­pen be­cau­se you can al­rea­dy see signs for it.

b: Look at the clouds - it is going to rain!

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simp­le pre­sent with fu­ture me­a­ning

Form: How does it look like?

Use: What do you use it for?

in­fi­ni­ti­ve, but we add an "-s" for the 3rd per­son sin­gu­lar.

We use it to talk about ...

a ti­me­ta­ble, a pro­gram­me of events, sche­du­le etc.

Ex­am­ple(s):

The next train ar­ri­ves at 8:30 am.

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pre­sent pro­gres­si­ve with fu­ture me­a­ning

Form: How does it look like?

Use: What do you use it for?

am/is/are + -​ing-form + phra­se about fu­ture time (like "on Sa­tur­day")

We use it to talk about ...

so­me­thing that is de­fi­ni­te­ly plan­ned or ar­ran­ged.

Ex­am­ple(s):

We are ha­ving a bar­be­cue on Sa­tur­day.