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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
Downloads: 2477

 
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: 2011

 
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: 1759

 
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: 1719

 
 

FCE Grammar Exercises 

Review of the future tense - 1
 
1. Choose the most suitable verb form in each sentence.
 
a) If you arrive late to the party, the best food
 
b) Don't come to my home at lunch time.  my favourite television programme then.
 
c) Be careful! The train  leave.
 
d) Please send me a text message as soon as she  there. I can't wait to see her
 
e) Can I change my appointment for this afternoon please, because  tomorrow.
 
f) I've just checked the flight details and the plane  at 6pm.
 
g) Where  your new laptop? You should try the shop on the High Street.
 
 
2. Please put the verb in brackets in the most suitable form, all sentences refer to futute time.
 
a) When I (see)  you tomorrow, I (show)  you my new tattoo.
 
b) After you (take)  a nap, you (feel)  a lot better
 
c) I'm sorry but you need to stay in your room until you (finish)  your work.
 
d) I (buy)  the cigarettes from the corner shop when it (open) .
 
e) I (let)  you know the second I (find out)  the outcome.
 
f) Before we (start)  decorating the room, we (have)  lunch
 
g) We (wait)  in the shelter until the bus (come)
 
 
3. Please put the verb in brackets in the most suitable form, more than one answer may be possible
 
a) I'm very sorry Mr. Smith (not be)  back in the clinic until 6. You can leave a message for him if you like.
 
b) I don't think you (have)  any problems when you land in Boston.
 
c) By the time we get home, the football match (start) .
 
d) In  years time I (live)  in a different country
 
e) When you get off the train, I (wait)  for you outside near the carpark
 
f) (you take) your children with you to Spain
 
g) This time next week I (ski)  in Italy!
 
by Oliver Smith
 

 

       

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