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Future tenses I've taken the 10.40 to Bristol every Friday for three years and it's always half empty. Believe me, you (find) a seat.2. My father's approaching retirement age, so he (probably/sell) the business next year.3. Going by all of the recent polls, the social democrats (win) next week's election by a huge majority.4. Look at those black clouds. It (rain) this afternoon.5. I'm going on holiday tomorrow. This time next Tuesday afternoon I (ski) down a mountain!6. At our next wedding anniversary we (be/married) for twenty-five years.7. 'You speak very good Chinese.' 'Thank you. It's not surprising; I (live) in Beijing for eight years next month.'8 Sit down and watch the TV; I (just/finish) this letter quickly before I join you.9 Your driving test is next Tuesday, so (we/have) a two-hour session on Monday?10 'Have your parents decided whether you can come to the festival next weekend?' 'Not yet, but they can't stop me. I (come) with you.'11 I've won the jackpot on the lottery and I (spend) it all straight away!12 I've just been to the council meeting. It looks like they (build) a new shopping centre in town.13 I've just heard a rumour that your favourite jazz singer (come) to give a concert in our village!14 'Have you looked at the new financial report yet?' 'No, but I (stay) at home this evening so I can study it then.'15 The takeover is going ahead, I'm afraid, so we (make) some redundancies-in the New Year.16 Erm, I don't want to be rude, but (you/stay) with us for long when you come over to Britain?17 The plane (take off) at 10.45, so we had better check in by 8.45.18 Sunrise (be) at 6.40 a.m. tomorrow.19 Mr Fellows (play) golf tomorrow afternoon, as usual, so you can catch him on the golf course.20 The decorator won't finish the work until you (pay) him what you owe. . I've taken the 10.40 to Bristol every Friday for three years and it's always half empty. Believe me, you will find (find) a seat.2. My father's approaching retirement age, so he will probably sell (probably/sell) the business next year.3. Going by all of the recent polls, the social democrats are going to win (win) next week's election by a huge majority.4. Look at those black clouds. It is going to rain (rain) this afternoon.5. I'm going on holiday tomorrow. This time next Tuesday afternoon I will be skiing (ski) down a mountain!6. At our next wedding anniversary we will have been married (be/married) for twenty-five years.7. 'You speak very good Chinese.' 'Thank you. It's not surprising; I will have been living (live) in Beijing for eight years next month.'8 Sit down and watch the TV; I will just finish (just/finish) this letter quickly before I join you.9 Your driving test is next Tuesday, so shall we/have a two-hour session on Monday?10 'Have your parents decided whether you can come to the festival next weekend?' 'Not yet, but they can't stop me. I will come (come) with you.'11 I've won the jackpot on the lottery and I am going to spend (spend) it all straight away!12 I've just been to the council meeting. It looks like they are going to build (build) a new shopping centre in town.13 I've just heard a rumour that your favourite jazz singer is coming (come) to give a concert in our village!14 'Have you looked at the new financial report yet?' 'No, but I am staying (stay) at home this evening so I can study it then.'15 The takeover is going ahead, I'm afraid, so we are going to make (make) some redundancies-in the New Year.16 Erm, I don't want to be rude, but will you be staying (you/stay) with us for long when you come over to Britain?17 The plane takes off (take off) at 10.45, so we had better check in by 8.45.18 Sunrise is (be) at 6.40 a.m. tomorrow.19 Mr Fellows will be playing (play) golf tomorrow afternoon, as usual, so you can catch him on the golf course.20 The decorator won't finish the work until you pay (pay) him what you owe.

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