|Formation||will + V1 Youwill make a good impression on your employer. He will surf the Internet tomorrow.|
|Question form||will + subject + V1 Will youmake a good impression on your employer? Will he surf the Internet tomorrow?|
|Negative form||will + not (won't) + V1 You won't make a good impression on your employer. He won't surf the Internet tomorrow.|
|Usage||future facts and predictions|
|Formation||be (am, are, is) + Ving I am going to my new workplace tonight. He is visiting a job interview.|
|Question form||be (am, are, is) + subject + Ving Am I going to my new workplace tonight? Is he visiting a job interview?|
|Negative form||be (am, are, is) + not + Ving I am not going to my new workplace tonight. He is not visiting a job interview.|
|Usage||personal arrangements and plans, particularly when the time and place are known|
|Formation||V1, V-s/-es (for 3d person singular) Job interview starts at 9 o'clock. Deadlines end July, 12.|
|Question form||do/does + subject + V1 Does job interview start at 9 o'clock? Do deadlines end July, 12?|
|Negative form||do + not (don't)/does + not (doesn't) + V1 Job interview doesn't start at 9 o'clock. Deadlines don't end July, 12.|
|Usage||schedules and timetables|
|to be going to = to be about to|
|Formation||be (am, are, is) + going to I am going to discuss my projects on Monday. They are going to leave the office soon.|
|Question form||be (am, are, is) + subject + going to Am I going to discuss my projects on Monday? Are they going to leave the office soon?|
|Negative form||be (am, are, is) + not + going to I am not going to discuss my projects on Monday. They are not going to leave the office soon.|
|Usage||things we plan to do, or have planned to do, predictions based on what we can see now|
A. Fill the gaps with the verb in brackets using either to be going to or will form of the future tense.
1) Sally: There is no paper left!
Betty: Oh, I (to get) some from the shop.
2) The population of Valencia (to reach) 2 million by the year 2010, the report says.
3) Boss: I told you to type this document today.
Employee: Sorry, Mr. Smith, I forgot. I (do) it after lunch.
4) Sally: Why don't we meet for coffee on Friday morning?
Willy: Sorry. I can't. I (to have) a job interview then.
5) "Tomorrow (to be) a bright and sunny day everywhere in Spain, except in Madrid," said the weatherwoman.
6) Look at that big black cloud. I think it (to rain).
7) Sally: What are your plans for the week-end?
Betty: Brad Snow, my employer phoned. I (to get ready) for our annual meeting.
8) Betty: Have you booked the flights yet?
Sally: Don't worry. It's all organized. I (to go) to the travel agent's tomorrow morning. You (to go) certainly to your business trip.
9) In the future people (to work) less.
10) If we miss the bus, we (to take) a taxi.
Evenings | F. Translate the following sentences into Russian. | B. Write down four things from the text that you think are surprising or interesting. Compare with your partner. | E. Supply the suitable form of past tenses. | E. Make an embedded question or a new sentence from the question in brackets. | A. Study the following. | G. Add one job to each letter below. Use the pictures to help you. | PREVIEW | C. Before you read the article, match the following words with their definitions. | PREVIEW |