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1 .PREDICTIONS -will
- Use will, might and may for making predictions or to say what we think of the future.
- The negative forms of will, might and may are: won’t, might not and may not.
- We often use I think/I don’t think to indroduce a prediction.
- We often say I don’t think + will instead of I think+ I won’t.
- Use will when we are more certain of the future. We use may and might when we are less certain.
- Might is more common than may to make predictions, in formal English is better use May.
- ADVERBS OF CERTAINTY:
We often use adverbs with will/won’t for predictions, to say how certain we are. The main adverbs which are used: DEFINITELY, PROBABLY and CERTAINLY.
- Possition of the adverbs of certainty.
- (Affirmative) WILL + (Adverb) + VERB
- (Negative) (Adverb) + WON’T + VERB
We only use these adverbs with will.
2. SPONTANEOUS DECISIONS-will
3. PROMISES- will
1. PLANS AND INTENTIONS- be going to
What are they going to do?
PREDICTIONS WITH CLEAR EVIDENCE – be going to
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MY WISH FOR YOU
I wish you
Wisdom to choose priorities
Generosity so you may share
Hours of happy times with friends and family
Abundant time for relaxation
Plenty of love when you need it
Everything you need
Success in each facet of your life.
Close and caring friends.
The best of everything
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