Category: English tenses

Future tenses - summary.

Put each verb in brackets into a suitable verb form.

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Please use short forms e.g. haven't instead of have not in negative statements and use long forms in positive statements e.g. I am instead of I'm.

1. You shouldn't have given up your job. You (not find) a better one.2. Take me with you daddy. I promise I (not grumble).3. As you can see in the schedule our boss (have) three meetings tomorrow.4. Be careful and enjoy the holidays. I (wait) for you.5. It (be) Monday tomorrow, such a terrible day.6. I (give up) smoking.7. Our team is playing terribly. We (lose).8. Can you go to the shop honey? I (make) a salad in the evening, but I don't have all the ingredients.9. I (see) Kate in the evening. Would you like to join us?10. Hurry up! The movie (start) in a minute.11. We (go) on holidays to France, and you?12. Sheila (move out) next month. She says she has to.13. The concert (finish) at 7. I can pick you up later.14. I'm sure he (finally crop up).15. Don't call me after midnight. I (sleep).16. By the time she arrives, I (clean) all the mess.17. There is no point going to the concert now. When we arrive, it (already finish).18. At 6 p.m. we (watch) our favourite serial, so don't try to bother.19. We won't see each other. When they come, I (already go out).20. What present (you buy) for Kate?