7.1 KEY GRAMMAR - THE FUTURE TENSE USING WILL
kielessä on monta menetelmää futuurin ilmaisemiseen.
Kun puhutaan aikomuksista tai sovituista asioista
käytetään yleensä kestopreseensmuotoa (kpl 3) tai
"going to"-rakennetta (kpl 5).
Seuraavissa tapauksissa käytetään WILL-rakennetta:
Kun haluamme kertoa mitä tulee tapahtumaan
tulevaisuudessa, tai kun ennustamme mitä tulee
The winner of this game WILL PLAY in the finals.
Computers WILL BECOME better and cheaper.
Prices will rise next year.
Kun kerromme päätöksistä, jotka olemme juuri tehneet
ja jotka eivat olleet suunniteltuja.
I think ILL HAVE a pizza for lunch.
ILL FINISH this job by 4 oclock.
I think Ill watch TV.
Kun teemme lupauksen.
ILL SEND you a postcard from Mexico.
ILL BE there on time.
Ill send you a postcard.
Kun esitämme ehdotuksen.
WILL YOU COME to the theatre with me?
WILL YOU HAVE dinner with me this evening.
Will you come for a run?
Kun tarjoamme tehdä (tai olla tekemättä) jotain.
ILL HELP you with your homework.
ILL DO the washing up.
I WONT make a noise, ILL BE quiet.
Ill bring you a fish!
Johnll come to the airport with us. Therell be a lot of people at the football match. Mr and Mrs Smithll arrive on Monday
Mary wont be in her office tomorrow. Jane and Mike wont stay very long in Florida. There wont be many people there.
Will John be here later? Will the Smiths come to the party? Will there be enough room for us?
JA LYHYET VASTAUKSET
*MUISTA Vaikka Brittiläiset mieluummin käyttävät lyhenteitä kuten Ill, hell jne, lyhyen "Yes" vastauksen kanssa on käytettävä koko WILL sanaa
Apuverbiä SHALL käytetään yksikön ja monikon 1. persoonan kanssa (I ja We) kun kysytään neuvoa tai lupaa:
7.2 Reading text - The Weather Forecast
Good evening , here is the weather forecast for tomorrow.
|First, southern England.
Itll be cool and sunny in the morning and
itll become warmer in the afternoon. In the
evening there will be some cloud and you can expect scattered showers. Temperatures will be around 8
degrees Centigrade in the morning, rising to 17 degrees in the afternoon.
Central England and Wales. Therell be frost in some areas this evening, so the morning will be quite cold in most places. Itll become slightly warmer by mid-day but heavy clouds will move in from the west and it will be rainy for most of the afternoon. Itll be quite windy and the skies will clear by late afternoon or early evening and there will be some sunshine. Temperatures will be around 4 degrees in the morning, rising to about 12 degrees in the afternoon.
|Northern England. The heavy
rain of the last few days will continue all day tomorrow. But there is some
good news, towards the evening the clouds will start to
clear and the rain will lessen, and by late evening the skies will
clear and you should have a sunny day on Wednesday.
Temperatures will be around 4 degrees in the morning,
rising to 10 in the afternoon.
Scotland. The weather in Scotland tomorrow will be about the same as today. The morning will start off sunny but quite cold, but in the afternoon there will be rain in most areas. There will be more snow in the Highlands, so at least the skiers can be happy. Temperatures will be between 3 and 5 degrees in the Lowlands and southern Scotland, and in northern Scotland and the Highlands the temperatures will be around zero or minus 1.
7.6 Exercise - Making suggestions
7.7 Pronunciation practice - Listen and repeat
7.8 KEY GRAMMAR POINT - probably, sure, expect, think
7.9 Quick exercise - Answer these questions
7.10 Listening comprehension
7.12 KEY FUNCTION British Money
7.13 Pronunciation practice - Listen and repeat these prices
7.14 Listening comprehension
7.15 KEY FUNCTION - SHOPPING
7.16 KEY GRAMMAR REVISION COMPARATIVE - SUPERLATIVE
7.20 Reading for pleasure - Howard Hughes , a genius who went mad
|Howard Hughes was one of the
most interesting figures
of the 20th century. He was born on Christmas Eve, 1905
in Houston, Texas, to very wealthy parents
- his father owned a large oil-drilling
company. He was a brilliant
child and was always top of the class at school. After
leaving school he studied engineering at the California
Institute of Technology and at the Rice Institute of
Technology in Houston
When he was just 17 his father died and the young Hughes inherited $750,000 and became the Managing Director of the family firm, the Hughes Tool Company. Hughes wanted more from life than being a businessman and in 1926, at the age of 20, he moved to Hollywood and used his great wealth to become a film producer.
|He was just 20 when he married Elli Rice,
but their marriage
lasted less than three years, and they divorced in 1928.
His career as a
film producer was very successful. The most well-known of
his films were "Hells Angels", in 1930,
and "The Front Page", one year later. In 1941
he made a film called "The Outlaw", which created a
scandal. The film starred the actress Jane Russell.
The great love in Howard Hughes life was aviation. He was fascinated by aeroplanes. He loved flying them and he also used his engineering skills to design them. In 1933, while he was living in Hollywood, he worked as an airline pilot - he changed his name for this job because he wanted it to be a secret. Hughes was the founder of the Hughes Aircraft Company and he started to design planes. As a pilot he broke many speed records - and in 1935 he became the fastest pilot in the world when he flew at 563 km/h. He also set a record for flying round the world - he did it in 91 hours and 14 minutes in 1938 and President Roosevelt gave him a special aviation award. During the Second World War he designed and manufactured war planes. Perhaps the most famous plane he designed was the eight-engined flying boat, The Spruce Goose, designed to carry 750 passengers - it flew just once.
had a wide range of business interests - he controlled
Trans World Airlines from 1959 until 1966 and he owned
many hotels and casinos in Las Vegas.
In 1958 he disappeared from public life and lived in complete seclusion. He did all his business through a close circle of associates. He became paranoid about germs and lived in complete privacy and security in luxury hotels. He ate very little and used a lot of drugs.
On April 5th, 1976, while in an aeroplane travelling from Mexico to Texas, his heart finally stopped beating - the drugs he used had killed him. He left over 2 billion dollars.