Future perfect simple or continuous
Future Continuous or Future Perfect?
Future Continuous or Future Perfect (Simple and Progressive)?
Future Perfect Simple or Continuous
Advanced Tenses 1- w/key
Present Continuous, Present Simple, Past Simple or Future Simple,Past Continuous,Present Perfect
FUTURE SIMPLE, FUTURE CONTINUOUS OR FUTURE PERFECT
Future percfect simple or continuous
on his invention for three hours before he finally goes to bed.
2. Jack (work)
at the post office for 20 years by the time he's 50.
3. I'm afraid Jack (not/recover)
from the accident by the time his football training begins.
4. I (grow)
my own vegetables for 2 years by the end of the year.
the invitations before Friday?
6. We (convert)
the rooftop of our apartment into a garden by the end of the week.
7. Scientists hope they (solve)
the world's food shortage problem by the end of the century.
8. By June, Mr. Patterson (teach)
music at school for ten years.
9. By November, Harry (sell)
his products to local stores for 2 years.
10. Are you sure you (clean)
the living room before the guests arrive?
He's got a new job in Canada. He (live)
in Vancouver from September.
I'm having driving lessons! Hopefully, I (pass)
my test by summer.
13. (you / wait )
for me at the airport when I arrive?
We're making a change for the concert tonight! Ali (sing)
I'm afraid I (not / come)
tonight. I have a meeting until late.
In three weeks' time I (sunbathe)
on the beach in Sabah. I can't wait!
Let's call Rory. He (arrive)
Jake can't come to the earlier film showing. He (not / finish)
work at that time.
Don't phone between 7 and 8. We (have)
20. Phone me after 8 o'clock. We (finish)
dinner by then.
21. Tomorrow afternoon we're going to play tennis from 3 o'clock until 4.30. So at 4 o'clock, we (play)
22. If you need to contact me, I (stay)
at the Lion Hotel until Friday.