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Verbs: Future tense
Future tense is usually formed by will + infinitive:
  • I will meet you tomorrow
  • Will you come to my birthday?

Future tense can also be formed by shall + infinitive (even though this is becoming somewhat old-fashioned):

  • We shall all meet
  • I shall bring your birthday present tomorrow

Will and Shall are usually shortened to 'll:

  • He'll come tomorrow
  • They'll never do it
  • I'll tell him on Wednesday
  • We'll meet again next week


Listen to the video and fill in the missing future tense verbs:
Pay attention to capitalization in order to avoid errors. Hint: Look at all the other lines!
 
You think that I can't live without your love
,
You think I can't go on another day.
You think I have nothing
Without you by my side,

Somehow, some way

You think that I can never laugh again
,
You think that you destroyed my faith in love.
You think after all you've done
 my way back home,

Somehow, someday

Chorus:
All by myself
I don't need anyone at all
I know
I know ,
All on my own
I don't need anyone this time
It will be mine
No one can take it from me


You think that you are strong, but you are weak
,
It takes more strength to cry, admit defeat.
I have truth on my side,
You only have deceit
, somehow, someday

Chorus2:
All by myself
I don't need anyone at all
I know
I know ,
 on my own
 anyone this time
 mine
No one can take it from me


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