5 11, 2022

Going to and Present Continuous

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Present Continuous vs Be Going to We use both going to and present continuous to speak about future plans. Exam in Mind Level A2/B1 What do Going To and Present Continuous have in common? Both going to and present continuous are used to express the same idea. Going to and present continuous are used to

22 07, 2021

Expressing Future Actions

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Ways of Expressing Future Actions Let's revise different ways of expressing future actions in English. Exam in Mind Level B1/B2 Future Simple predictions, offers, promises, requests, suggestions: Will you help me with the dinner? Shall I get you some coffee?  on-the-spot decisions: Your clothes are dirty. – Are they? I'll wash them. opinions, hopes, fears, etc, with think, expect, suppose, hope, probably: I

19 07, 2021

Will vs Be Going to

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WILL vs BE GOING TO Let's revise will vs be going to. Exam in Mind Level B1 To express a  PREDICTION: Use either WILL or  BE GOING TO When the speaker is making a prediction (a statement about something he/she thinks will be true or will occur in the future), either will or be going

22 11, 2020

Future Tenses Exercises

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Do these Future Tenses Exercises Revise Future Simple, Future Continous, Future Perfect and Future Perfect Continuous. These Future Tenses Exercises will have have you improve your grammar skills. Exercise 1. Fill in each blank space with the correct future verb tense (simple future, future continuous, or future perfect): 1. Tomorrow I ________ (paint) all day.

19 11, 2020

Future Tenses

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Future Continuous / Future Perfect / Future Perfect Continuous Let's learn the use of three Future Tenses. There is often very little difference between the future tenses. It often depends where you live (in Britain or the USA) and when you use the sentence (in spoken or written communication). The Future Continuous Tense = will be

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