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Some examples of future grammar variation

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Present continuous (for the future), going to & will

1. What are you doing this evening? [present continuous for the future]

I’m teaching a group of students this evening

I’m ____________________ this evening.

2. Where do you think you’ll be in 5 years’ time? [will]

I think I’ll be living in the countryside in 5 years’ time?

I think ____________________ in 5 years’ time?

3. What are you are looking forward to doing on holiday? [present continuous for the future]

I’m ____________________ on holiday.

4. How do you think technology will be different in ten years’ time? [will]

I think we’ll all be robots in 10 years’ time.

I think ____________________ in 10 years’ time.

5. What are you going to do at Christmas? [going to]

I’m going to stay in Cambridge at Christmas.

I’m ____________________ in Cambridge at Christmas.

6. Where are you going to visit next in the UK? [going to]

I’m going to visit London next in the UK.

I’m ____________________ next in the UK.

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