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

    • Use vocabulary related to expressing your opinion
    • Understand the use of the present continuous with future meaning
    • Understand different expressions with "grow"


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Dialog: "In fact, we're sending you the first shipment at the end of the week."

We can use the present continuous to express definite plans, arrangements or firm decisions in the future. It's usually used with an adverb of time to distinguish from its regular present meaning.  Check out some examples.


  • We're flying to Spain next month to visit my grandparents.
  • Why are you still here? Aren't you taking Janet out later tonight?
  • There is no way I'm taking you on a trip to Vegas. You'll spend every cent we have saved!
  • I'll see you at five, ok? Hey, is Jim still coming out with us after work?
  • I've already told you they're not making the trip next month. It's been postponed indefinitely.
  • She's making a speech at the conference in Atlanta in a couple of days.

Sobre esta aula

As concern for the environment grows, the international community is looking to developing countries to promote environmental awareness and economic sustainability for small agricultural producers. In this lesson we join Richard as he meets with the owner of a small, traditional coffee plantation, and expresses his opinions about the plantation's success and his hopes for doing business together in the future.

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