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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: 2975

 
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
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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: 2339

 
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: 2080

 
Future Simple Tense (will / won´t)
Put the verbs in bracket in the future tense
Level: elementary
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 2010

 
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: 1774

 
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: 1758

 
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: 1718

 
 
"going to" future vs. present continuous for future

Instructions:
Choose the correct for of the verbs in parentheses to fill in the blanks. Use "going to" future or present continuous for future.
This is a dialog between two friends.

Mike: "Hey Nick, what (you / to do / ?) after school today?"
Nick: "Well, first, I (to meet) Karen at the train station at 4:30 p.m.. After that, we (to eat) with her parents at 7 p.m.."

Mike: "Wow, it sounds like you have a busy evening ahead of you!"
Nick: "How about you?"

Mike: "Oh, after school, I (to walk) home and then I (to do) my homework. I haven't made any arrangements so I'll see what I feel like doing."
Nick: "Well, I'm really excited, because I (to tell) Karen that we (to fly) to Jamaica in December! I bought the tickets yesterday! Everything is arranged. We (to land) in Kingston, and we (to stay) at a hotel right on the beach. It (to be) amazing!

Mike: "Lucky you! I haven't arranged anything yet, but I also have some plans. I (to sail) to Jamaica someday too, but I have to learn to sail first. During my next vacation, I (to learn) Spanish. That way it'll be easier to travel through Latin America."
Nick: (you / to take / ?) Spanish lessons or (you / to learn / ?) with a book?

Mike: "I (to take) lessons, but I haven't chosen which school I want to go to yet."
Nick: "Good for you! I think we should hurry up and go to the station now because the weather is getting worse and it looks like it (to rain) soon!"

Mike: "You're right. Let's go!"

 

       

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