Next weekend and future tenses

Worksheet 1- Speaking

Ask your partner as many questions as you can about next weekend. When you run out of ideas (but not before!), use questions below that they haven’t answered yet.

Are you doing anything special this weekend?

Are you meeting anyone at the weekend?

Are you going to do anything nice for your boyfriend/ girlfriend/ family/ friends?

What time are you going out on Saturday?

Are you going to have a lie in tomorrow?

What will the weather be like, do you think?

What will you do if it snows again?

How much TV do you think you will watch?

Are they showing any good films on TV?

Are you going to do your homework, or will you leave that until Monday?

Will you have the chance to relax/ have a nap/ catch up on your sleep?

Are you going to leave the city at the weekend?

Are you going to tidy up your flat, or will someone else probably do it for you?

Will you have a hangover on Sunday morning?

Are you going to church on Sunday? Will the service/ sermon be interesting?

Are you going shopping? How much do you think you will spend?


Next weekend and future tenses

Worksheet 2- Tenses

 

Without looking at the list of questions about next weekend on Worksheet 1, fill in the correct tense. Sometimes more than one tense is possible.

 

___________________(you do) anything special this weekend?

___________________ (you meet) anyone at the weekend?

____________________ (you do) anything nice for your boyfriend/ girlfriend/ family/ friends?

What time _________________ (you go out) on Saturday?

____________________________ (you have) a lie in tomorrow?

What ______________________ (weather be) like, do you think?

What _______________________ (you do) if it snows again?

How much TV do you think ____________________ (you watch)?

_____________________ (they show) any good films on TV?

_________________ (you do) your homework, or _______________ (you leave) that until Monday?

___________________ (you have) the chance to relax/ have a nap/ catch up on your sleep?

_______________________ (you leave) the city at the weekend?

_______________________ (you tidy up) your flat, or will someone else probably do it for you?

________________ (you have) a hangover on Sunday morning?

__________________ (you go) to church on Sunday? ________________ (the service/ sermon be) interesting?

__________________ (you go) shopping? How much do you think _______________ (you spend)?

 


Next weekend and future tenses

Worksheet 3- Topics

 

Work with your partner to make at least one future question about each of the topics below. Try to use a range of future tenses. Don’t answer the questions yet.

In ten years’ time                               Next job

Study                                                   The end of this year

World economy                                             Economy of your country

Where you live                                               English tests

English level                                       Next public holiday

Days off                                              Holiday

The environment                                Politics

Retirement                                         This evening

Savings and investments                 Promotion

Purchases                                          Sports, clubs and hobbies

Skills and qualifications                                Technology

Movies

Ask and answer the questions you decided on together

 

Ask and answer other questions on the same topics

 

Ask and answer questions on other future topics

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PDF version for easy printing: NextWeekendsFutures

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