Category Archives: The Simple Future Tense

All Tenses: Review Exercise

Instruction: Put the verb in brackets into the simple present tense, the present continuous tense, the present perfect tense, the present perfect continuous tense, the simple past tense, the past continuous tense, the past perfect tense, the past perfect continuous tense, the simple future tense, the future continuous tense, the future perfect tense, the future perfect continuous tense.… Read More »

The Future Tenses: Review Exercise

Instruction: Put the verb in brackets in the simple future tense, the future continuous tense, the future perfect tense, or the future perfect continuous tense. 1. Tonight I (start) … studying at 7.00 and I (stop) … at 9.00. This means that at 7.30 I (still, study) … . 2. My dad (come) … tomorrow morning. I’m too… Read More »

The Present Tenses, The Past Tenses, The Simple Future Tense, The Future Continuous Tense, The Future Perfect Tense: Review Exercise

Instruction: Put the verb in brackets in the correct form. 1. I have a neighbor, a girl.  She (be) … ten years old. Her name (be) … Tata. She (like) … to watch cartoons on TV. She (watch) … the program every evening before she (study) … . 2. Right now Tata (sit) … in the living room.… Read More »

The Simple Future Tense, The Future Continuous Tense, The Future Perfect Tense: Review Exercise

Instruction: Put the verb in brackets into the simple future tense, the future continuous tense, or the future perfect tense. 1. I (go) … for a swim in the river tomorrow morning. 2. You can call me around 6 P.M. this evening. When you call me, I probably (watch) … television. 3. Dinner (be) … served around 7… Read More »

The Present Tenses, The Past Tenses, The Simple Future, and The Future Continuous Tense: Review Exercise

Instruction: This exercise reviews all the tenses we have learnt. Put the verb in brackets into the correct form. 1. Right now the president (speak) … on TV. He (start) … speaking an hour ago. So, he (speak) … for an hour. 2. This time tomorrow the president (speak) … on TV. 3. At 9 PM last night,… Read More »

The Simple Future or the Future Continuous Tense

Instruction: Put the verb in brackets into the simple future tense or the future continuous tense. In some situations, both tenses are possible. 1. A: Can I see you at 7 PM tommorow night? B: Sorry, you can’t. I (play, still) … tennis. 2. A: I (be) … very busy tonight. B: What (you, do) …? A: I… Read More »

Will, Be going to, or The Present Continuous Tense: Exercise

Instruction: Decide whether you should use will, be going to, or the present continuous tense for the verb in the brackets. In some situations, more than one verb form is possible. In this case, you should make sure you know the meaning. 1. Lina (come) … to visit us here in Yogyakarta next week. I can’t wait to… Read More »

The Simple Future Tense

There are three different ways to express future events: WILL, BE GOING TO, and the present continuous tense, each of which expresses a different meaning. WILL vs BE GOING TO for future intentions You can use WILL and BE GOING TO to talk about things that you want to do in the future. However, the meanings are different.… Read More »