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Nível Fluente › Save Our Planet

  • At the end of this lesson you'll be able to:

    • Review the future tenses
    • Learn some things about deforestation

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REVIEW OF FUTURE TENSES

1) WILL

Dialog: “Our global climate will get hotter and dryer.”

We use will to talk about predictions/ possibilities of future events and situations.

FORM:
WILL + VERB (infinitive)

I’ve invited Dan to my birthday party, but I don’t think he’ll come.
The dog will get the rug dirty if you let him in the house.

Will she be on the phone long? –No, she won’t/Yes, she will.

2) BE GOING TO

Dialog: “As deforestation continues biodiversity is going to be lost.”


We use (be) going to to talk about a future action we’ve decided to do, or is intended to happen.

FORM:
TO BE + GOING + TO + VERB (infinitive)

I’m going to spend the holidays at a beach resort.
The executives are going to have a meeting sometime in August to discuss office policies.
Are you going to go to the Eco Conference in San Francisco?
-No, I’m not/Yes, I am

3) PRESENT CONTINUOUS

Dialog: “Next month I’m traveling to the Amazon Rainforest.”

We use the present continuous to talk about future events that have been arranged.

FORM:
TO BE + VERB (-ING form)

I’m having dinner with some friends tonight.
Mark is meeting with the boss on Friday morning to discuss his promotion.
Are the professors travelling to Manaus next week? –No, they aren’t/Yes, they are

Sobre esta aula

Endangered species, deforestation, water pollution... we cannot deny the environment is crying for help. Check out as a college student interviews an ecologist about the effects of deforestation for a research paper she’s writing, and learn some new words related to this important subject.

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