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SIMPLE FUTURE AND FUTURE CONTINUOUS TENSE
1.  The tourists (go) sight-seeing in the country all next week.

 
2.  You soon (tell) what to do next.
3.  They (be) here again at exactly 7 p.m. tomorrow.
 
4.  The boy (teach) how to swim when he grows up.
5.  You (give) a prize if you come first in the examination.
 
6.  We still (sail) through the Red Sea when you arrive at Cairo.
7.  Where you (stay) this time next year?
 
8.  Your shoes (be) ready in fifteen minutes.
9.  He (sleep) when you come this afternoon.
 
10.  It still (rain) when we leave.
11.  They (attend) a meeting between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. today.
 
12.  This rule soon (put) into effect.
13.  You (come) to tea with us this afternoon?
 
14.  The travellers (cross) the desert this time tomorrow.
15.  He (go) to bed at 10 o’clock tonight.

 

       


 

 

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