‘will’ and ‘going to’ to talk about the future, Will and Going To for Intentions and Plans, Past Simple: Grammar Practice for St Patrick’s Day. 'Will' is used to (NOT People will to drive flying cars in the future.) Pull one’s hair out: To be nervous/anxious or frustrated with a situation Example: English idioms make me want to pull my hair out! They use this evidence to help them make predictions about economic situations in the future. There’s more about using ‘will’ and ‘going to’ to talk about the future in Part 2 of this post. Children won’t go to school in the future. (afternoon, week, month, etc.) We use both will and to be going to when we want to make a prediction about the future. SapphireFire3000 replied on 31 March, 2020 - 20:30 Argentina Permalink, this is easy peasy lemon squeezy i got 100%, LadyDoveRiver replied on 31 March, 2020 - 10:08 Turkey Permalink, I done it 100%.I Like it so much.That's very good. Weather forecasters use this information to make their predictions about the weather. This blog post is dedicated to the future!! I am surrounded by sick people. An economist is someone who has studied economics. Horoscopes also make predictions about people’s relationships, their health and their finances. We use both will and to be going to when we want to make a prediction about the future. We will not drive normal cars. The students read the predictions on the worksheet and think about their partner’s future plans. To be on about: to mean Example: Did you understand anything he was saying yesterday. We do not have any evidence in the present telling us what the future is going to be. This means that something now (in the present) tells us what is going to happen in the future. (NOT I willn’t live at home when I go to university.) Prediction: A statement that we make about the future, To predict: To make a statement about the future, Weather forecaster: A man/woman who uses weather instruments to predict weather conditions. Marian feels like ______________. Using the correct grammar means that people will know exactly what you are on about every time you communicate! I like the second game the best. I think we should ask someone for directions. Pink is her favourite colour so I think that she __________ this pink scarf that I have bought her for her birthday. The simple future with will is one of the ways that we can make predictions. If you asked an economist to make a prediction about the economy he/she might say: “Unemployment levels are going to fall next year. ), LadyRapDaisy replied on 16 October, 2020 - 15:16 Bangladesh Permalink. Every time she thinks she understands a new piece of grammar in English, something happens and she gets totally confused again! When a person makes a prediction they say what they think will happen in the future. I’ll live in a big house when I’m older. This exercise is easy peasy lemon squeezy. There are shorts and t shirts, sunglasses and a travel guide in his suitcase. The aim of the game is to make the most accurate predictions. She is standing outside holding something large and green. We use will + infinitive when we make a prediction which is only a guess or an opinion of ours. A registered charity: 209131 (England and Wales) SC037733 (Scotland). Next… (week, year, month, etc.) I am not a weather forecaster but I am a very optimistic Irish person! I have car keys in my bag. Look at those dark clouds in the sky. Paul is sitting in a reception area reading a magazine. Soon… Someday… This…. To break down: To separate out into different parts / to analyze Example: I didn’t know how to solve the problem until I broke it down into small parts and solved one piece at a time. Any future time can be used with will, may and might. Weather forecasters use different weather instruments that provide them with information in the present. In my language we do not have so many tenses!’.