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Fenster schliessen

I am seeing the accountants next Friday at 2.15 pm.

Present Continuous

used for fixed arrangements (100% sure) in the future

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Our train leaves at 8.25 a.m.

Please give me a ring when you know the answer.

Present Simple

used for timetables and programmes;

used directly after time expressions (when, after, before, while, as long as, as soon as, until, till)

Fenster schliessen

The XY Group is going to open a new branch in Liverpool.

Based on these figures, we are going to make a loss of $1.5m this year.

going to

used for plans


used for predictions that are sure to happen

Fenster schliessen

I’ll give you a hand with those boxes if you like.

I think Italy will win the next World Cup.


Don’t worry about the meeting. I’ll support you.

I don’t think she will like it. / I expect she won’t like it.


used for spontaneous decisions

used for predictions that are not sure to happen

used for promises, offers and requests

used with words like ‘maybe’, ‘probably’, ‘sure’, ‘think’, ‘expect’, ‘suppose’, etc.

Fenster schliessen

I’m afraid I can’t see you on 22 November because I will be attending a training course.

Future Continuous

is used for actions that will be in the middle of happening at a certain time in the future

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We will have paid back the loan by August.

I was going to resign, but in the end I decided to stay.

The final cost of the project is likely to be higher.

Unemployment might fall over the coming months

Future Perfect

is used for a future action that will have finished before another future action or time point

was going to

used to talk about changed plans



used for things that will probably happen

modal verbs

e.g. may, might, could

Fenster schliessen

I will talk to him when he has apologized for his rude behaviour.

present perfect

sometimes used after time expressions (see Present simple)

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In the year 2022, I will have been working at XY for more than 20 years.

Future Perfect Continuous

like Future Perfect, but used for long/dynamic actions