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Intermediate English, Lesson 5. Answers

  • May 12, 2016
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Intermediate English, Lesson 5. Grammar

Intermediate English, Lesson 5. Homework

Change the sentences. Describe an action that will start and end before the definite moment in the future.

  • Ann will come home at 6 o’clock in the evening. Bruce will leave the flat at 4 o’clock.
  • You will be at the University till late in the evening. When you come back to the hostel, the lights would be turned off.
  • They will do their homework in the morning. Their parents will ask them about their homework only in the evening.
  • I will take my dog for a walk. We will meet all of the neighbours before we come back.
  • We will try to write an essay. This evening we will have ten drafts.Future Perfect

Change the sentences. Describe an action that will begin at a definite moment in the future, and will still go on at that moment.

  • Francis will start his play at 5 p.m. He will play until 9 p.m. You will come to his performance at 6 p.m.
  • She works with you for six years now. Tomorrow will be the seventh year.
  • We are arguing for 20 minutes. In ten minutes it will be 30 minutes of our arguments.
  • You will sing during the whole play. The opera finishes in two hours.
  • I will run tomorrow in the morning. My distance will take only one hour. I will be tired in thirty minutes.

Intermediate English, Lesson 5. Answers

How Perfect can be your Future?Change the sentences to describe an action that will start and end before a definite moment in the future.

  • By the time Ann comes home, Bruce will have left the flat.
  • The lights will have been turned off by the time you come back to the hostel.
  • They will have done their homework long before their parents ask them about it.
  • By the time we come back, we will have met all of the neighbors.
  • We will have written ten drafts of our essay by the evening.

Change the sentences to describe an action that will begin at a definite moment in the future, and will still be going on.

  • Francis will have been playing for one hour by the time you arrive.
  • She will have been working with you for seven years by tomorrow.
  • We will soon have been arguing for thirty minutes!
  • You will have been singing for more than two hours by the time the opera finishes.
  • I will have been running for thirty minutes by the time I get tired.

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