Will / Future Tense
Woman: Will you be home
Man: I should, why?
Woman: I need to ask you a few questions.
Man: OK, I’ll be up late so call anytime.
Woman: OK, I’ll call you around 9ish.
Man: I’ll be waiting.
Woman: Great. I promise I won’t take up much of your time.
Man: No worries. I got all the time in the world.
Woman Great. I’ll talk to you later then.
Man: Yep, see you then.
Woman: I am sorry to hear the
Man: It’s OK. I saw it coming.
Woman: What will you do?
Man: I’m not sure. I think I’ll just take some time off and take it easy for awhile.
Woman: That’s sounds like a good plan.
Man: Well, I guess all good things come to an end.
Woman: They do. Nothing lasts forever.
Man: True, but I’ll miss this place.
Woman: And we’ll miss you. And you’ll be back on your feet in no time.
Man: I hope so!
Woman: It looks like it will
rain this weekend.
Man: Oh no, now we can’t go hiking.
Woman: I’ll call everyone and postpone it until next week.
Man: What about the dinner we planned afterwards?
Woman: We can move it back to next week.
Man: OK, I’ll call the restaurant and cancel the reservation.
Woman: I need someone to write
up a sales report.
Man: I’ll do it.
Woman: Great. How long will it take you?
Man: No more than a few hours I think.
Woman: Great. I’ll get Susan to help you.
Man: No need. I’ll be alright. Thanks though.
Woman: Suit yourself.
Will for Future Tense
- I will see you tomorrow.
- The meeting will start soon.
- She will not be here next week.
- It will not be be easy to pass the exam
- We won't have enough money.
- She won't get home until six.
- The test won't be easy.
- I won't travel this year.
- Who will be at the meeting?
- Everyone will be there.
- When will it end?
- I will end at noon, just before lunch.
- I'll call you tomorrow.
- She'll be here soon.
- They'll give you call this week.
- Arnold always says, "I'll be back," in his movies.
Gap Fill: Complete the conversation with the correct word!
Grammar Listening Practice
I work at a tech company.
He works at a hospital.
I am writing a letter to my friend.
I won’t take up much of your time.
What are you going to do tonight?