Soon I will quit my job and move to Europe. I am very excited about it. I will be an exchange student for one year in France and Spain. I will live in France first for six months, and then I will move to Spain and I will live there for six months.
In both countries, I will study language at a local university. I do not know French or Spanish now, so I will likely have trouble when I first move there. Still, I will do my best!
I will live alone, and I am sure I will miss friends, but I hope I will make new friends soon. My best friend will come out and visit me around New Year. We will probably take a trip to Greece. We won’t know our plans until later.
I am sure I will have some problems when I first move there. I will have a hard time buying food, and talking but I am sure I will be fine.
I will miss a lot of things about my country, and I will miss my boyfriend. He will not have time to visit me, so I won’t see him until I return. I will write him every week when I am there. I think we will stay together, but I am not sure. I hope we will stay together!
I am sure my life will be different and I will change, but I hope I will change in a good way, and I hope I won’t regret my decision. As we say, only time will tell!
We use the modal will to refer to the future.
(Q) What will you do next year?
(A) I will quit my job.
(N) I won’t work here anymore.
(Q) Where will you be next year?
(A) I will be in Europe.
(N) I won’t be in Asia.
(Q) Who will you go with?
(A) I will go alone.
(N) I won’t go with anyone.
(Q) When will you leave?
(A) I will leave in September.
(N) I won’t leave until the 22nd.
(Q) How will you get there?
(A) I will fly of course.
(N) I won’t take the train.
(Q) Will you have a phone?
(A) Yes, I will have a phone.
(N) No, I won’t unfortunately.
Yes, I will.
No, I won’t
be sure / think / hope
I am sure I will miss home.
I think I will have a good time.
I hope I will make new friends.
will not = won’t