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Future Simple Tense. Простое будущее время
Ex. 2. Agree and promise to do things:
Model: – Can you clean the windows?
—Sure, I’ll clean them this afternoon.
—Do you promise?
—Yes, I promise. I’ll clean them this afternoon.
1. Can you phone me later? – Sure, ... tonight. – Do you promise? – Yes, ... . 2. Can you repair the clock? – O’K, … tomorrow. 3. Please, don’t tell anyone. – All right, … . 4. Please, don’t hurt me. – Don’t worry, … . 5. Can you photo-copy this book for me? – Sure, ... tomorrow. 6. Can type this article for me? – Sure, ... today.
Ex. 3. Answer the questions:
Model: – What are you going to do tomorrow? (go to country)
– I’ll probably go to the country.
1. Where is John going to spend his summer holidays? (go to the mountains) 2. What are you going to do? (phone him) 3. What are your plans for tomorrow morning? (go shopping) 4. What is your sister going to do tomorrow evening? (play basketball) 5. What is she going to do? (send a telegram) 6. Do you think they’ll come on time? (be late) 7. What are уou doing this weekend? (visit our friends)
Ex. 4. Read the situations. Respond to these situations. Begin the sentences with I think I’ll ... or I don’t think I’ll:
Model: It’s cold. You decide to close the window.
– I think I’ll close the window.
1. You feel tired. You decide to go to bed. I ... 2. A friend of yours offers to give you a lift in his car but you decide to walk. Thank you but ... 3. You arrange to play tennis. Then you decide you don’t want to play. 4. You are going to go shopping. Then you decide that you don’t want to go. 5. You are going to buy a car. Then you decide that you don’t want to. 6. A friend of yours invites you to the theatre but you decide to go to the library.
Ex. 5. Answer the questions. Use the prompts:
Model: – When do you think he’ll arrive? (expect/tonight)
– I expect he’ll arrive tonight.
1. What do you think she’ll say? (probably/nothing) 2. Where do yon think she’ll go? (expect/London) 3. When do you think she’ll leave? (think/tomorrow) 4. How do you think she’ll get there? (expect/by train) 5. When do you think she’ll be back? (think/quite/soon) 6. Who do you think will win? (I’m sure/Mike) 7. Where do you think he will stay? (probably/at his brother’s)
Ex. 6. Make up short dialogues using the prompts:
Model 1: – I wonder if Harry will buy that car.
– I expect (think) so.
1. Donald/get a rise; 2. Betty/pass her exam; 3. Roger/ repair the radio-set; 4. Alice/come; 5. Roger and Susan/get married; 7. Jack/ go to the sea; 8. Mike/tell his parents about it; 9. Helen/stay at her relatives’. 10. Jane/take part in the expedition; 11. Helen/invite Peter.
Model 2: – I wonder (I’d like to know) when Mary will come.
– I’ve no idea about it.
1. Robert/buy the tickets; 2. Lucy/write to us; 3. Roger and Alice/get married; 4. Mike/tell Jane about it; 5. they/finish the work; 6. they/start the experiment; 7. Helen/be back.
Ex. 7. Ask the speaker to repeat what he has just said:
Model: – I’ll see Alec on Tuesday.
– Pardon? When will you see him?
– On Tuesday.
1. Alice will be away for a month. (how long) 2. I’ll be back in half an hour. (when) 3. We’ll invite twenty people to the party. (how many) 4. I’ll be in Minsk next week. (where) 5. I’ll have my French classes three times a week. (how often) 6. The professor will give two lectures. (how many) 7. Victor won’t come because he is busy. (why) 8. Mike will book the tickets. (who) 9. She will study art. (what) 10. They’ll pay him 3000 dollars. (how much) 11. I’ll be at the library at 4. (where) 12. I’ll marry John Smith. (who)
Ex. 8. Ask questions. Use the prompts:
Model 1: – I’m leaving. (you/be back/soon)
– You’ll be back soon, won’t you?
– I think I will (shall).
1. Robert is in Minsk on business. (he/phone you) 2. The documents are ready. (you/send them/yourself) 3. I am thirsty. (you/have some lemonade) 4. The boss is out. (you/wait for him) 5. Jane is going to celebrate her birthday. (she/be/twenty)
Model 2: – The station is not far from here. (you/not/take a taxi)
– You won’t take a taxi, will you?
– I don’t think I will (shall).
1. We’ve got some time left. (we/not/be late) 2. Jack is very busy right now. (he/not/come to the party) 3. Mike has a cold. (he/not/take part in the picnic) 4. I usually see James on Friday. (you/not see/him/tomorrow) 5. We usually spend оur holidays at the sea. (you/not/go to the sea/this summer)
Ex. 9. Express solidarity:
Model 1: – I shan’t come to the meeting. And you?
– Neither shall (will) I.
Model 2: – We shall go abroad for our holidays. And your parents?
– So will my parents.
1. We shall travel by train. And you? 2. I’ll be thirty soon. And Victor? 3. We won’t stay in town in summer. And you? 4. I’ll take a taxi. And you? 5. Jane won’t go to the sea this year. And Nelly? 6. I’ll go fishing tomorrow morning. And your father? 7. I shan’t speak at the meeting. And you? 8. Betty won’t be present. And Susan? 9. Jane will come. And her sister?
Ex. 10.Put the verb in brackets in the correct form:
1. I (to play) chess tomorrow. 2. I (not to play) chess tomorrow. 3. You (to play) chess tomorrow? 4. He (to play) chess every day. 5. He (not to play) chess every day. 6. He (to play) chess every day? 7. They (to play) chess now. 8. They (not to play) chess now. 9. They (to play) chess now? 10. Nick (to go) to school now. 11. Nick (to go) to school every day. 12. Nick (to go) to school tomorrow. 13. You (to come) to my place next Sunday? 14. You (to read) this book next week? 15. You (to read) books every day? 16. You (to read) a book now? 17. I (not to see) him tomorrow. 18. What you (to do) tomorrow? 19. What your friend (to do) tomorrow? 20. Where you (to go) next summer? 21. Where you (to go) every morning? 22. Where you (to go) now? 23. Look! Mary (to dance). 24. She (to dance) every day. 25. She (to dance) tomorrow?
Ex. 11.Put the verb in brackets in the correct form:
1. He (to go) to the theatre tomorrow. 2. We (to go) to school in the morning. 3. Look! Kate (to go) to school. 4. You (to help) your mother tomorrow? 5. I (not to play) chess now. 6. My brother (to play) cards every evening. 7. They (not to go) to Gomel next summer. 8. You (to like) apples? 9. You (to eat) apples tomorrow? 10. Nick (to read) many books. 11. Mother (to work) every day. 12. He (not to sleep) now. 13. Your brother (to go) to the theatre next Sunday? 14. We (not to go) to the park tomorrow. 15. I (not to learn) the poem now. 16. She (to live) in Moscow. 17. Myfather (to sings) very well. 18. He is very strong. Look! He (to carry) a very heavy box. 19. My sister (not to like) coffee. 20 When you (to go) to bed every day? 21. What he (to read) now? 22. What he (to read) every day? 23. What he (to read) tomorrow? 24. Where she (to go) tomorrow? 25. You (to give) me this book tomorrow?
Ex. 12.Put the verb in brackets in the correct form:
1.When you (to get) up every day? I (to get) up at seven o’clock. 2. My brother usually (not to get) up at seven o'clock. As a rule, he (to get) up at six o’clock, but tomorrow he (to get) up at seven o’clock. 3. Why she (to come) home so late tomorrow? 4. We (to go) to the country the day after tomorrow. 5. Our friends always (to go) to the country for the weekend. 6. Look! The cat (to play) with a small ball. 7. Your parents (to watch) TV now? 8. My sister (not to rest) now. She (to help) mother in the kitchen. She (to help) mother in the kitchen every day. 9. Where she (to go) tomorrow? 10. She (to go) to the country with us tomorrow? 11. They (to stay) at home tomorrow. 12 What you (to do) now? I (to see) that you (not to read). 13. When you (to finish) your homework? It (to be) very late, it (to be) time to go to bed. 14. How you usually (to spend) evenings? 15. What you (to do) in the country next summer? 16. They (not to drink) tea now. I (to think) they (to watch) TV. 17. What your father (to drink) in the evening?
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