Expressing future plans and arrangements

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A presentation for B2 ESL learners about different ways of expressing the future.

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  • Expressing future plans and arrangementsPresent and future forms

  • Expressing future plans and arrangementsPresent and future forms

  • Expressing future plans and arrangementsThe future continuous can often be used instead of the present continuous to refer to future arrangements.Present and future forms

  • Expressing future plans and arrangementsPresent and future forms

  • Expressing future plans and arrangementsOther ways of expressing future arrangementsWe also use due on its own to mean expected, e.g.The next coach is due in five minutes.We can also use be on the point of + gerund with a similar meaning, but this is slightly more formal and implies something is more imminent.