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Talking about the Future

Talking about something that you will do or want to do in the future is very common. Below you will learn some phrases to help you talk about the future or something that hasn’t happened yet. 

The two most common phrases used to talk about the future are: 

  1. I will… 
  2. I am going to… 

List of Common ‘Times’ in the Future 

  1. Tomorrow… 
  2. Next week… 
  3. Next month… 
  4. Next year… 
  5. In a few weeks… 
  6. In a few years… 
  7. When I retire… 

Example Sentences 

  1. I will go on vacation in June. 
  2. I will meet with my friends on Friday. 
  3. I will go shopping next week. 
  4. Tomorrow I am going swimming. 
  5. Next year I am moving to Boston. 
  6. I am going to get married in a few years. 
  7. When I retire I am going to travel a lot.

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