I was You were
He was We were
She was They were
Complete the sentences with the past form of the verb TO BE.
Esta explicación que ha publicado el British Council os va a ayudar a entender el futuro.
Echadle un vistazo y la comentaremos esta semana.
We have a lesson next Monday.
The train arrives at 6.30 in the morning.
The holidays start next week.
It is my birthday tomorrow.
I’m playing football tomorrow.
They are coming to see us tomorrow.
We’re having a party at Christmas.
It will be a nice day tomorrow.
I think Brazil will win the World Cup.
I’m sure you will enjoy the film.
I hope you will come to my party.
George says he will help us.
I’ll see you tomorrow.
We’ll send you an email.
Tim will be at the meeting.
Mary will help with the cooking.
I’m going to drive to work today.
They are going to move to Manchester.
Be careful! You are going to fall.
Look at those black clouds. I think it’s going to rain.
, plan, want, mean, hope, expectto talk about the future:
What are you going to do next year? I’d like to go to University.
We plan to go to France for our holidays.
George wants to buy a new car.
I might stay at home tonight, or I might go to the cinema.
We could see Mary at the meeting. She sometimes goes.
We should be home in time for tea.
The game should be over by eight o’clock.
In clauses with time words like when, after, and until we often use a present tense form to talk about the future:
I’ll come home when I finish work.
You must wait here until your father comes.
They are coming after they have had dinner.
In clauses with if we often use a present tense form to talk about the future:
We won’t be able to go out if it rains.
If Barcelona win tomorrow they will be champions.
WARNING: We do not normally use will in clauses with if or with time words:
I’ll come home when I will finish work.
We won’t be able to go out if it will rain rains.
But we can use will if it means a promise or offer:
I will be very happy if you will come to my party.
We should finish the job early if George will help us.
They’ll be coming to see us next week.
I will be driving to work tomorrow.
A false friend is a word or expression that has a similar form to one in a person’s native language, but a different meaning.
For instance, “actually” has nothing to do with “actualmente”. “Actually” means ” en realidad“.
Today I’m going to write a short list, I will continue adding words in the following weeks.