The Future Indefinite. Education

Read after your teacher.

we, will, when, which;

When will you ? When will we ? We will walk

Will you wait for me? Will we visit them?

2. Listen to the questions and sort them into the two categories:

asking for information asking a person to do something

Will you give me a cup of tea? Will you be free tomorrow? Will you need my help? Will you be late on Monday? Will you phone me tomorrow?

Now think of your own will-questions.

Read the conversation after your teacher. Focus on the pronunciation.

A.: Whatll happen to me? I dont have a job.

B.: Dont worry. Youll get another one.

A.: I hope so. Howll I pay my rent?

B.: Ill ask my boss if she needs anyone.

A.: Oh, thanks. Thatll help.

Listen to the sentences and put them into the future simple.

1. I spend my summer holidays in the country. 2. Our engineer is leaving for Kiev on Monday. 3. She agrees with him. 4. We do our homework in the afternoon. 5. My brother is a driver. 6. We sleep in the open air. 7. Her husband works at the translation office. 8. They are at home. 9. I am busy on weekdays.

Put the following sentences into the future and make them negative.

1. The meeting begins at eight. 2. They are in London the day after tomorrow. 3. She cooks breakfast for us every day. 4. The plane takes off tomorrow morning. 5. We climb the mountain every week.

Put questions to the italicised words.

1. Our friends will come to see us today. 2. They will arrive in some minutes. 3. His parents will be at home after six. 4. The peace talks will be held next month in Vienna. 5. Jack wont go to the cinema because he is busy. 6. The plant will make agricultural machines.

7. Make arrangements for:

tomorrow next week next month next year in 5 years time
... ... ... ... ...

8. Change the and-sentences into if-sentences.

1. Turn over the page and you will see the exercise. 2. Drive along this street and you will see the theatre on your right. 3. Listen to me carefully and you will understand it. 4. Access the Internet and you will read the news. 5. Spare me a few minutes and I will explain that to you.

Answer to the following questions, using the word combinations in brackets.

1. What will you do if you get a new flat? (to buy some furniture). 2. What will you do when you have spare time? (to go to the cinema). 3. What will she do when she finishes college? (to go on to uni). 4. Where will they live when they get married? (with their parents) 5. What will you do after you pass the exams? (to go to the seaside). 6. What will you do if your TV-set is out of order? (to buy a new one). 7. What will she do if she doesnt find them at home? (to ring them up).

10. Answer the questions using: When/if/after I , I will .

What will you do:

1) when you have spare time? 2) after you pass the exams? 3) if you dont find a job? 4) if your friend gets ill? 5) after you finish your classes? 6) if you miss classes? 7) after your college breaks up for Easter? 8) if you are admitted to university? 9) if you fail your English test? 10) if you get tired? 11) when you finish college? 12) if you catch a cold? 13) if the weather is good next weekend?

Complete the sentences.

1. Im going to buy ... as soon as ... . 2. Ill continue to study English until ... . 3. I wont come to class next time if / unless ... . 4. Ill be home by ... oclock today, if / unless ... . 5. Id like to ... this evening after I ... . 6. Im going to ... next weekend if / unless ... .

Translate into English.

1. , . 2. . 3. ? 4. . 5. (there is/are). 6. , (to take / to get)? 7. , (to be able to) , . 8. ? . 9. , (the countryside). 10. , .

13. What are your hopes and dreams? Use My dream is to / I hope I will .

14. Translate the sentences using to gain.

1. , . 2. . 3. 1991 . 4. 8% (against) . 5. .

Read and translate the text.

Freshers' week

The UK has a well-respected higher education system and some of the top universities and research institutions in the world. But to those who are new to it all, it can be overwhelming and sometimes confusing.

October is usually the busiest month in the academic calendar. Universities have something called Freshers Week for their newcomers. Its a great opportunity to make new friends, join lots of clubs and settle into university life. However, having just left the comfort of home and all your friends behind, the prospect of meeting lots of strangers in big halls can be nerve-wracking.

Where do you start? Who should you make friends with? Which clubs should you join?

Luckily, there will be thousands of others in the same boat as you worrying about starting their university social life on the right foot. So just take it all in slowly. Dont rush into anything that youll regret for the next three years.

Here are some top tips from past students on how to survive Freshers Week:

- blend in. Make sure you are aware of British social etiquette. Have a few wine glasses and snacks handy for your housemates and friends;

- be hospitable. Sometimes cups of tea or even slices of toast can give you a head start in making friends;

- be sociable. The more active you are, the more likely youll be to meet new people than if youre someone who never leaves their room;

- bring a doorstop. Keep your door open when you're in and that sends positive messages to your neighbours that youre friendly.

So with a bit of clever planning and motivation, Freshers Week can give you a great start to your university life and soon youll be passing on your wisdom to next years new recruits.

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