Ejemplos de uso Tenses with future meaning

  • How long will Jane have been working there before she goes abroad in November?

  • Will you have been working long enough to get a promotion by the new year?

  • The train will depart with a thirty-minute delay.

  • We will go to the park if the weather is good.

  • Will Alice help me if I ask her?

  • Is James going to do nothing?

  • I will not give up.

  • My sister is going to move in with her boyfriend.

  • The dancing class starts at half past seven.

  • Where are you going for the Christmas break?

  • Why are you going to buy a new phone? Your old one works well.

  • I will send them an invitation.

  • Anna doesn't think Kyle will like it.

  • I hope it will not rain tomorrow.

  • Tom is certain that Real Madrid will win.

  • Will you help me?

  • This time next month I will be swimming in the ocean.

  • Alex will be running marathon at seven am on Sunday.

  • Will Clair be joining us?

  • Will you be bringing your husband to the party?

  • My mother will have been working for forty years when she retires.

  • Next month I will have been learning Japanese for ten years.

  • We will have been travelling for six months by October.

  • They are going to the cinema tomorrow.

  • Are you going to finish this sandwich?

  • I will send flowers to Polly.

  • Why is not Jack coming with you?

  • I will be driving all night and all day.

  • Is Lisa cooking anything special for your birthday?

  • Does this bus arrive at five am to Moscow?

  • Maddie thinks this dress will suit you.

  • Joe is leaving tomorrow, here is his ticket.

  • My train departs at nine am.

  • Are they going to throw a surprise party for Lena?

  • Laura is not going to call Simon, she is too angry.

  • I am not going to sit here and wait!

  • My son is playing football with his classmates next week.

  • I am meeting Emma after school.

  • Anna is not doing anything tonight.

  • Are you going home with me?

  • I won the lottery and I am going to buy a yacht.

  • Jack crashed the company car. The boss is going to kick him out.

  • It's half past eleven already! Jane is going to miss the train!

  • Look, the sportsman is going to fall!

  • I am going to finish the essay tonight.

  • What are you going to do now?

  • We are having dinner together on Monday.

  • They are having a presentation next week.

  • When does the plane from London arrive?

  • The movie ends at midnight.