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Title
Find Someone Who (Future)
Target Structure
Future Perfect Simple / Future Continuous
Level
Intermediate
Time
15 minutes
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Description
This 'find someone who' worksheet is taken from our longer worksheet 'Looking into the Future'. It's ideal for students who need additional fluency practice with the future perfect simple and future continuous.

 


 

Title
Looking into the Future
Target Structure
Future Perfect Simple / Future Continuous
Level
Intermediate
Time
60 minutes
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Description
'Looking into the Future' is a great way of building your students' abilities with more complex future tenses.

This worksheets has extensive practice of both the future perfect, and the future continuous (progressive).

There is a conversation, grammar-based exercises, and lots of speaking at the end. There's a choice of discussion, or (if you have lots of students) a 'find someone who' exercise.

This worksheet is designed for intermediate classes, but can easily be adjusted for other levels. It's great for both general and business classes.

 


 

Title
Future Fluency Builder
Target Structure
Future - Degrees of Certainty
Level
Lower Intermediate+
Time
At least 30 minutes
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Description
How good are your students at expressing themselves accurately in the future?

This speaking-based worksheet looks at common future expressions - 'will probably / definitely / be likely to' etc.

The worksheet is designed for lower-intermediate level students, but can be easily adjusted for other levels.

 


 

Title
I'll take a taxi!
Target Structure
Future: Going to / Will
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 + minutes
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Description
Future forms can be difficult for students, as there are so many types.

This worksheet looks at the difference between planned future (e.g. I'm going to meet a friend/ I'm meeting a friend) and unplanned future (I'll help you).

Your students will gain in confidence with the target language through a gap-fill conversation, practice exercises and a role-play.

This worksheet is written for lower-intermediate classes.

 


 

Title
English in Eight Weeks!
Target Structure
Future: Will be able to
Level
Pre-Intermediate
Time
45 minutes
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This worksheet helps your students talk about future abilities using 'will be able to'.

The theme is languages. Is it really possible to learn a language as quickly as advertisers say? Can you learn through just a book and CD?

There's a light-hearted conversation, followed by practice exercises and discussion questions. It's a great way to get your students more fluent when talking about future ability.

For lower-intermediate classes and above.




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