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 busy to clean the house at the moment. I think I (clean) … tomorrow morning. I hope I (finish) … my job by the time my dad (arrive) … .
3. I’m sure when you get there, Budi (not, clean) … the house anymore. He (finish, already) … .
4. My brother says he (come) … home late tonight. When he does, I (still, do) … some homework in my study. I have a lot of work to do.
5. At 9.00 tonight I (sleep, not) … in my bed. I (still, watch) … TV.
6. My elder brother arrived here last Sunday. He (go) … back to Chicago this Saturday. Today is Wednesday. So, tomorrow he (stay) … with us for 4 days.
7. Dewi (go) … to the party tomorrow at 7.00 PM. Budi (pick) … her up at 7.15. This means when he arrives at Dewi’s house, she (leave, already) … .
8. I (study) … for 2 hours tonight from 7.00 to 9.00. My elder brother (probably, come) … home around 7.15. This means I (study) … for 15 minutes when he comes.
9. Mr. Roy (retire) … next year. When he retires, he (teach) … at this school for 45 years.
10. The train that I’m having a ride on right now is going super fast. It (reach) … Cirebon in a few hours. I’m sure I (arrive) … in Jakarta before the dawn.