Future continuous Future perfect Cambridge University Press 2016

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Future continuous & Future perfect © Cambridge University Press 2016

Future continuous & Future perfect © Cambridge University Press 2016

Future continuous I will be shopping for a new hat tomorrow afternoon. will +

Future continuous I will be shopping for a new hat tomorrow afternoon. will + be + the -ing form of the verb My dad won’t be working in the finance department next year. Will you be asking for a refund when you take the shoes back? © Cambridge University Press 2016

Future perfect I’ll have moved house by this time next year. will + have

Future perfect I’ll have moved house by this time next year. will + have + past participle She won’t have finished work by 3 p. m. tomorrow. Will you have started the homework before tomorrow? © Cambridge University Press 2016

Future perfect & future continuous What’s the difference? Will you be tidying your bedroom

Future perfect & future continuous What’s the difference? Will you be tidying your bedroom this weekend? Will you have tidied your bedroom by this weekend? We’ll be eating lunch between 1 p. m. and 2 p. m. We won’t have finished eating by 2 p. m. I’ll be finishing this homework tomorrow, so I can’t come. I’ll have finished the homework by tomorrow, so I’ll come. When I go to Italy this summer, we’ll be staying with my aunt. By the end of the summer, I’ll have been in Italy for a month. © Cambridge University Press 2016

GET IT RIGHT! By the end of next year, I will finish my studies.

GET IT RIGHT! By the end of next year, I will finish my studies. By the end of next year, I will have finished my studies. This time next week, I’ll sit on the beach in Cádiz. This time next week, I’ll be sitting on the beach in Cádiz. By Saturday, I’ll be spending all my money! By Saturday, I’ll have spent all my money! © Cambridge University Press 2016

Language in action Alice: This time next week, I’ll be sitting on a beach

Language in action Alice: This time next week, I’ll be sitting on a beach in Mexico! Lea: That sounds great. Will you have finished that History project before you go? Alice: No, I won’t. I’ll be doing some research for it when I’m there. Lea: What do you mean? Alice: Well, Mr George agreed to let me do it on the Mayan culture. So while I’m in Mexico, I’ll be visiting Chichen Itza and going to a Mayan reservation. Lea: Wow! So by the time you get back you’ll have collected all the information you need for the project. Alice: That’s right! © Cambridge University Press 2016

Can you remember the rules? Future continuous • We use the future continuous to

Can you remember the rules? Future continuous • We use the future continuous to talk about things that will be in progress at a specified time in the future. The future continuous is formed by will + be + the -ing form of the verb. This time next week, I’ll be sitting on a beach in Italy. Twenty years from now, we won’t be using money to buy things anymore. Will you be working next week or have you got a holiday? • We don’t use the future continuous with stative verbs. I’ll come but I won’t understand be understanding a thing. © Cambridge University Press 2016

Can you remember the rules? Future perfect • We use the future perfect to

Can you remember the rules? Future perfect • We use the future perfect to talk about actions that will finish at some point between now and a specified time in the future. • We often use it with by + a point in time or by the time + a time clause. Some people think that by 2050, credit cards will have disappeared. By the end of the year, he’ll have earned more than £ 3 million. now the end of the year £ 1 million £ 2 million © Cambridge University Press 2016 £ 3 million

waiter/waitress lawyer police officer teacher doctor rubbish collector chef pizza delivery driver banker 10

waiter/waitress lawyer police officer teacher doctor rubbish collector chef pizza delivery driver banker 10 pm Saturday night me! 2025 Wednesday afternoon the summer Sunday morning Work in pairs. Choose a time and a profession. Make a sentence. By 10 pm on Saturday night, a waitress will have served 50 people. © Cambridge University Press 2016

Guess your friends’ future! Write your classmate’s names. Write 2 of your own ideas.

Guess your friends’ future! Write your classmate’s names. Write 2 of your own ideas. 1 ____ will be studying at university in a few years time. 2 ____ will have passed all his/her exams by the end of the year. 3 ____ will be spending the summer abroad. 4 ____ will have tidied his/her bedroom by Sunday. 5 ____ will have saved enough money to buy something in 6 month’s time. 6 ____ won’t be going on holiday with his/her parents this year. 7 ____________ 8 ____________ © Cambridge University Press 2016

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Acknowledgements The authors and publishers acknowledge the following sources of copyright material and are grateful for the permissions granted. While every effort has been made, it has not always been possible to identify the sources of all the material used, or to trace all copyright holders. If any omissions are brought to our notice, we will be happy to include the appropriate acknowledgements on reprinting and in the next update to the digital edition, as applicable. The publishers are grateful to the following for permission to reproduce copyright photographs and material: Slide 3: ©Ron Ellis/Shutterstock. The publishers are grateful to the following illustrator: Slide 2: Julian Mosedale. Written by Emma Szlachta. © Cambridge University Press 2016