Category: English tenses

Future tenses - summary.

Put each verb in brackets into a suitable verb form.

Download printable version (pdf)

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