Future forms with ‘will’

Hi! As promised, here is some extra practise for the new future forms we’ve seen this week. That is:

  • future progressive for the prediction of an action in progress
  • future perfect for the prediction of a completed action in the future
  • future perfect progressive for the prediction of an action that will be in progress in the future.
Created by blogdeserena

future progressive - future perfect - future perfect progressive

Complete the sentence with the correct form (Please don't write using contractions so you get the point for the correct answer)

Activity by Serena

I don't think John can answer your call right now. He ... home so he can't take your call. (drive)

Oh! My boss has just called. There's a staff member that has fallen ill. I'm afraid I.... away until next month. (go)

I told my boss to not worry because I'm sure that by next week, I ... this report. (finish)

By this time tomorrow, Jane ... in Morocco. Lucky her! (be)

Next week I'm going on a trip to the coast so, by this time next week I .... on a sandy beach. (lie)

The company builds two houses a year. In two years they ... four more houses. (build)

By the time I reach 23 I .... . (graduate)

In January, we will ... in this house for ten years. (live)

I've been at the EOI for two years. By the time I reach C2 level, I will ... English for seven years. (learn)

By 2030, people ... mobile phones for more than thirty years. (use)

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