Main Practice: Future Continuous, Future Perfect Revision: Phrasal Verbs - Present Continuous for a planned future
The Future Continuous: will + be + ing
In this conversation the Future Continuous refers to action happening at a future time, i.e. - Don't phone after ten, I'll be sleeping.
- Will you be having coffee at the park cafe tomorrow morning?
The Future Perfect: will + have + past participle
The Future Perfect refers to an action completed before a certain time in the future, i.e.
- I'll have done all the shopping before eleven o'clock.
- She'll have finished her exams by the end of June.
Vocabulary to do up something
- to renovate, (restore to the orignal condition) or decorate, i.e.
- She's bought a beautiful old car which she's going to do up.
to clear out - to tidy by throwing away things that are not needed any more, i.e.
- They're doing up the house this summer; it hasn't been decorated for ages.
attic - storage area in the roof of a house or building. a plane takes off
- We're going to clear out the attic this weekend.
- leaves, i.e.
to see someone off - to say goodbye to someone at an airport or station, etc., i.e.
- Our plane takes off at ten-thirty am.
- I'll come to the airport to see you off.
- Robert saw me off at the station.