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Future time/present tenses in time clauses/prepositions of time and place
( Expressing the future: will/won't and be going to )
( Expressing the future: present continuous )
( Expressing the future: present simple )
( Expressing the future: future perfect simple )
( Expressing the future: future continuous)
( Expressing the future: future perfect continuous )
( Present tenses in time clauses)
( Prepositions of time and place )
A If a word or phrase in bold is correct, put a tick (∨). If it is incorrect, rewrite it correctly on the line, including all possibilities.
1. The universe is going to continue to expand for billions of years. _________________
2. Lookout! You will hit the car in front! _________________
3. I'm going to do the washing-up tonight, if you like. _________________
4. Do you think that, in the future, people will live to be hundreds of years old? _________________
5. Will I carry some of those bags for you, or can you manage? _________________
6. I know! I'm going to have a barbecue on my birthday! _________________
7. Are you going to just hold this door open for me for a minute? Thanks a lot! _________________
8. We've decided we will try that new restaurant after the play tomorrow night. _________________
9. We're going to fly to Jamaica in the summer. _________________
10. Shall we invite Tony and Tim round tonight? _________________
11. Are we going to invite Tony and Tim round tonight? _________________
12. Will you go to Jason's party next Saturday? _________________
В Circle the correct word or phrase. If both options are correct, circle both.
1. We aren't /We're not going to miss the train, are we?
2. I think I'm going to do / I'm doing really badly in the English test tomorrow.
3. Josh is going to sing / is singing a song in the school talent contest next week.
4. I'm going to buy / buying a big yacht if I can when I'm older.
5. Sports Day is going to be / being held on the last day of term.
6. Does / Will the concert on Thursday last more than two hours?
7. Are they going to broadcast / Will they broadcast the music awards live tomorrow night?
8. Do they broadcast / Are they broadcasting the music awards live tomorrow night?
9. According to the timetable, the train for Oxford leaves / is leaving at 10.15.
10. Does the restaurant open / Is the restaurant opening next Sunday?
С Write a word or short phrase in each gap.
At the end of this month, I'll (1) ___________ working on my physics project for about six weeks, but I've still got a lot to do before I hand it in. I'll (2) ___________spending the whole day in the physics lab next Saturday doing experiments, and in fact, I (3) ___________ playing football the weekend after either because I've got to go back to the lab then, too. I guess I'll (4) ___________ doing lots of similar projects when I'm at university, so it's good practice. Thinking about it, when I leave university in about four years, I will (5) ___________ studying physics for over thirteen years, so I should be quite good at it by then!
D Complete using the future perfect simple or future perfect continuous of the verbs in brackets.
1. I __________ (cook) dinner by the time you get home.
2. In a few minutes, I __________ (wait) here for Craig for over two hours. Wherecan he be?
3. We'll be halfway through the sponsored swim in one hour so we __________ (swim) for forty-eight hours non-stop by then.
4. They __________ (not / finish) painting the house by the time we get backfrom holiday.
5. If she's still on the phone at eight o'clock, __________ (Jan / talk) to Melissa forover two hours.
6. At six o'clock this evening, we __________ (not / climb) for five hours but forseven hoursl
7. This time next month, you __________ (probably / pass) your driving test!
8. __________ (you / do) all your homework by bedtime?
9. Tomorrow __________ (Elaine / work) on the project for ten days.
10. We __________ (probably / not / leave) by the time you get home.
E Complete each second sentence using the word given, so that it has a similar meaning to the first sentence. Write between two and five words in each gap.
1. We'll get home and then we'll have something to eat. got
We'll have something to eat _____________ home.
2. I'll finish marking the exams and then I'll tell you your results. soon
I'll tell you your results _____________ marking the exams.
3. You'll be travelling across the Sahara next week so remember to wear lots of sunscreen! while
Remember to wear lots of sunscreen _____________ across theSahara next week!
4. They'll show Titan at the cinema and then they'll release the DVD. before
They won't release the DVD _____________ at the cinema.
5. My science exam starts at ten tomorrow morning. taking
At ten past ten tomorrow _____________ my science exam.
6. Let's watch the space documentary before we have supper. watched
Let's have supper _____________ the space documentary.
7. I'll send out all the invitations before lunchtime. have
By lunchtime, _____________ all the invitations.
8. Do some revision and then I 'II give you a test. until
I won't give you a test _____________ some revision.
9. When you visit us, we'll have moved into our new house. by
We'll have moved into our new house _____________ you visitus.
10. We'll get some more information and then we'll make a decision. once
Let's make a decision _____________ got some moreinformation.
F Read the information and write a question for each answer given.
Isles of Scilly Day Trip - 22nd July
5.30 am coach departs from Plymouth Bretonside Bus Station
8.15 am arrive Penzance
9.15 am ferry (Scillonian III) departs
12.00 noon arrive St Mary's
12-1.30 pm walk round the town
1.30-2.30 pm picnic lunch (on Garrison overlooking harbour)
2.30-4 pm swimming pr. boat trip round island
4.30 pm ferry (Scillonian III) departs
74.15 pm arrive Penzance
7.30 pm coach departs
10.15 pm arrive Plymouth Bretonside Bus Station
What time doesthe coachleave Plymouth?
It leaves at 5.30 am. 1 ____________________
He'll be driving the coach to Penzance. 2____________________
It'll arrive at 8.15 am. 3____________________
It's going to set sail at 9.15 am. 4____________________
It will have been sailing for two hours. 5____________________
They will just have arrived in St Mary's. 6____________________
They'll be walking round the town. 7____________________
They'll be having a picnic lunch. 8____________________
They'll be leaving the beach at 4 pm. 9____________________
They'll have just finished a boat trip round the island. 10____________________
It's leaving at 4.30 pm. 11____________________
They get back at 10.15 pm. 12____________________
G Write on, in or at in each gap.
1. I'll be 100 years old _________ the year 2095!
2. Sasha's not going to have a party _________ her birthday this year.
3. See you _________ August!
4. See you _________ Tuesday!
5. See you _________ eight o'clock!
6. See you _________ the morning!
7. See you _________ a couple of hours!
8. It's difficult to sleep _________ night _________ the summer because of the heat.
9. My grandfather left home _________ the age of fourteen!
10. We got there just _________ time for the movie.
11. He's never late, and he's never early; he always arrives right _________ time.
12. My birthday's _________ April 1st.
H Each of the words in bold is incorrect. Rewrite them correctly.
1. My Australian cousins are coming in Greece next month! _________
2. Turn left on the post office, then go straight on. _________
3. There weren't any chairs, so we had to sit at the floor. _________
4. The TV's onthe corner of the room. _________
5. There's a photo of the author at the back cover of the book. _________
6. We should arrive at Paris at six in the morning. _________
7. Could you go out from the room for a moment, please? _________
8. Walk in the station, but turn left a couple of blocks before you get there. _________
9. I'll meet you in the corner of your street. _________
10. There should be a broom on the back of the cupboard, somewhere. _________
11. They should arrive in the airport in about an hour. _________
12. The CD should be next from the CD player. _________
I Write one word in each gap.
DEFINING THE AGE
Ages, eras and wars will always be defined (1) _________ they are over, or at least well after they
(2) _________ started. (3) _________ the year 1914, for example, no one said: “Tomorrow I'mgoing (4) _________ go and fight in the First World War.” Why not? Because it wasn't generallycalled the First World War until the Second World War had started. Similarly, no one ever said:
“Next year (5) _________ be the start of the Industrial Revolution.” The era now known as theIndustrial Revolution only started being called that once it was well under way.
(6) _________ the time we are old, we will all (7) _________ experienced enormoustechnological advances. We might even (8) _________ walking round with computer chipsimplanted in our bodies, or perhaps computer chip technology will have (9) _________ replacedby even more advanced technology. There's talk (10) _________ the moment that human skinitself might make an excellent electronic circuit board. We can all make predictions, but nobodyknows for sure. And nobody knows what the era we will live (11) _________ the near futurewill be called by future historians. If we already live in the ComputerAge or the Information Age, assome people suggest, the present-day era (12) _________ be referred to by future historians, then who knows what era we're just (13) _________ the beginning of right now?
UNIT 6 VOCABULARY
Science and technology
|breakdown stop working (for a machine,etc)||giveoff produce sth such as heat or a smell|
|carryout perform an experiment, etc||narrowdown reduce the number of possibilities|
|comeoff succeed||plugin connect to the electricity supply|
|comeon develop or make progress||putthrough connect by phone|
|comeup with think of (an idea, a plan, etc)||turninto change into sth different|
|cutoff stop the supply of sth||turnoff stop a machine working|
|findout discover information, etc||workout find the solution to a problem, etc|
Phrases and collocations
|attempt||make an attempt (at sth/doing / to do); attempt to do; in an attempt to do|
|beginning||in the beginning; at the beginning (of sth); beginning with|
|bottom||at/on the bottom (of sth)|
|cause||(be/find/look for/etc) the cause of sth|
|conclusion||come to/reach the conclusion (that); in conclusion|
|experiment||do/perform/carry out an experiment (on sth); experiment with sth/doing|
|fact||in fact; as a matter of fact; the fact (of the matter) is (that); face the facts|
|introduction||with the introduction of sth; an introduction to sth/sb|
|phone call||make/receive/get a phone call|
|photo(graph)||take a photo (of sth/sb)|
|research||carry out / do research (on/into sth)|
|cause sth (to do)||look at/for sth/sb; look forward to sth/doing|
|consider sth/doing; consider if/whether; consider sb for sth; consider it strainge, etc (for sb to do)||manage to do|
|discuss sth/doing (with sb)||plan sth; plan to do|
|explain that; explain sth (to sb)||possible (for sb) to do; find sth possible; find it possible to do|
|intend to do/doing||result of sth/doing; result in sth; result in (your) doing; result from sth/doing; as a result of sth|
|know (aboout) sth/doing; know of sb; be known as sth||wonder about sth/doing; wonder if/whether/why|
|appear appearance, apparently||introduce introduction, introductory||research researcher|
|build builder, building||invent inventor, invention||revolution revolutionary|
|discover discovery||observe observer, observation||science scientist, (un)scientific(ally)|
|explain explanation||possible impossible, (im)possibility, (im)possibly||technology technological(ly,), technical(ly), technician, technique|
|important (un)important(ly), (un)importance||psychology psychologist, psychologcal(ly)||wood wooden|
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