Can you spot five different ways Finn and Rob use to talk about the future?
Here they are:
1. Present continuous for future: Rob asked “Are you going anywhere nice this year?”
2. Present simple for scheduled plans: Finn said “We fly next week.”
3. Future continuous with ‘going to’: Rob asked “How long are you going to be spending there?”
4. ‘About to’: Rob said “I’m just about to go on holiday.
5. Will: Rob said “I will.”
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