expressing the future using the Present Continuous, Present Simple
How about….? - had better
Notes:Present Continuous -
used to express a planned, arranged future event, i.e.
- I'm having dinner with Catherine on Saturday night.
- She's travelling to India the day after tomorrow.
- used to expressed future event that is part of a timetable or
fixed schedule, i.e.
- Our train leaves at ten o'clock.
- The cafe opens in the summer.
- to give advice; this is a good idea, i.e.
- I'd better do some study, I've got an exam tomorrow.
- If your leg still hurts tomorrow, you'd better see a doctor.
- a small, often very old house; usally in the countryside(to) fancy
- (Informal) to want, would like to. Followed by + ing - noun,
- What would you like to do for your birthday?
- I fancy seeing a movie tonight. Shall we go to the cinema?
- Well, I fancy a weekend in Paris, what do you think?How about...?
to make a suggestion. Followed by + ing
- How about going to London next weekend?
- How about pizza for dinner tonight?
- to pay for the use of something for a limited time, i.e.
- We rented a car for our holiday.
- He's renting a flat in London.