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future tense downloadable worksheets:
WHAT ARE THEY GOING TO DO?
MATCH AND WRITE SENTENCES USING GOING TO FUTURE
Level: elementary
Age: 9-12
Downloads: 2959

 
GOING TO vs. WILL
This is a hand-out on the two ways of expressing future containing explanations and double choice exercises.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 2469

 
Be going to
This worksheet contains a short grammar reference and 5 exercises about the verb "Be going to" in order to practice all forms: affirmative, negative and interrogative. Answer key included. Hope you like it!!
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 2316

 
FUTURE FORMS
A ws to make clear the difference between Future Simple, be going to and Present Continuous used for future actions. The key is included.
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 2070

 
Future Simple Tense (will / won´t)
Put the verbs in bracket in the future tense
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1992

 
GOING TO
This worksheet practises the uses of ´going to´: predictions and intentions, and there´s also a little speaking task at the end.
Level: elementary
Age: 9-17
Downloads: 1768

 
Will or Be Going To Future?
I´ve created this worksheet to be done after the one I uploaded yesterday: http://www.eslprinta bles.com/printable.a sp?id=475707#thetop, but it can be used individually. KEY INCLUDED. Students first choose the right verb form from the bubble to make complete sentences. Then they read a dialogue and cross out the wrong verb form. They complete a di...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1741

 
WILL OR GOING TO? - (+KEY) - FULLY EDITABLE
WILL OR GOING TO? - Students must complete the sentences with the FUTURE WITH “ WILL OR GOING TO” of the verbs in brackets and then match the sentences to the pictures. Hope it`s useful! Have a nice day!
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1712

 
 
                                                  

WILL + infinitive

GOING TO + infinitive

We use WILL for...
- predictions without evidence
     "I will be rich and famous"
- offering our help
     "I'll help you with those heavy books"
- sudden decisions
     "It's raining. I'll take an umbrella!"
We use GOING TO for...
- predictions with evidence
     "Look! David is going to crash against that tree!"
- future intentions
     "I'm going to study law at university next year"
 
                                                       
 
1. Choose the correct verb for the following sentences. Do not use abbreviations:
 
1) Next summer, I  (travel) to New York. My sister lives there and she bought me a plane ticket for my birthday.
 
2) It's getting cold. I  (take) my coat!
 
3) Are you going to the cinema? Wait for me. I  (go) with you!
 
4) Jane and Tom  (not/study) medicine next year. Jane  (study) French and Tom  (take) a gap year.
 
5. Mrs Simons, those bags seem quite heavy. I  (help) you carry them.
 
6. Experts say the Earth  (suffer) seriously if we continue polluting.
 
7. Look at those black clouds. I think it  (rain).
 
8. Bye Bye Joe. I  (phone) you as soon as I arrive home!
 
9. What  (do) tomorrow? I  (visit) my grandparents.
 
10. Anne: "I don't have enough money to pay for my lunch." 
Peter: " I  (lend) you some."
 
        
 
 2. Complete the sentences with the correct verb and match them with the picture:
 
       
                                                                                                                            
 
 
a) What a beautiful girl! I  out next Saturday!
 
b) I'm bored. I don't know what to do. I know! I  a Harry Potter book!
 
c) Josh is nervous today. He has bought Annie a bunch of flowers because he .
 
d) Those watermelons seem delicious. We !
 
e) We have been thinking about it and we have decided that we  this year.
 
 
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