The Future Tense - Will
|I will -> I’ll||We will -> We’ll|
|You will -> You’ll||You will -> You’ll|
|He will -> He’ll|
|She will -> She’ll||They will -> They’ll|
|It will -> It’ll|
Another way to make the future tense is by using “(be) going to.”
I will see my friends on the weekend.
I am going to see my friends on the weekend.
The meaning is the same in both sentences, but the “going to” future is often
preferred because it sounds a little more
Practice the “going to” future in the next lesson.
will + not = won’t
Will …. ?
Will I drive ?
Will You drive ?
helping verb +
main verb(simple form)
check: to look at something; to monitor
giggle: a type of laugh
squeeze: to hold something tightly
squeaking: a description of a sound with a high pitch
stuffed: use this word to describe something that has material inside of it. Children have a lot of stuffed animals.
This is Luke and Sandra’s baby. His name is Brandon. He’s eight months old. He has beautiful blue eyes and a big smile.
Right now Brandon is up from his morning nap.
He takes two naps during the day–one in the morning and one in the afternoon.
When he wakes up from his nap,
his mother or father checks his
diaper to see if it needs to be changed.
Then they give him something to drink.
Brandon loves to play with his stuffed animals.
The one that he’s holding is a white bear.
It’s his favorite toy.
He laughs and
giggles when he
squeezes the bear.
It makes a
How much do you remember from the reading ? Fill in the blanks.