New Year- Future Perfect

A LESSON PLAN FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHERS

Level: Intermediate
Topic: General
Grammar Topic: Future Forms
Type: Lesson Plans
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Published: 23rd Dec 2007

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Future Perfect New Year Numbers practice 

Complete at least half the sentences below: 

By the end of this year/ next year: 

I will have read _____________________ books 

 

I will have spent ______________________ studying English 

 

I will have grown or shrunk _______________________ 

 

I will have put on or lost ___________________   

 

I will have saved _________________________ 

 

I will have spent _________________________ on clothes 

 

I will have walked ___________________________ 

 

I will have cycled _____________________________ 

 

I will have eaten ___________________ of fruit 

 

I will have written ____________________________ 

 

I will have washed ____________________________ 

 

I will have slept _________________________________ 

 

I will have learnt ________________________________ 

 

I will have used up _________________________________ 

 

I will have forgotten _________________________ 

Read out just the part you have written and see if your partner can guess which sentence it is. 

 

Make more true sentences about yourself, each one including a number. Tell your partner the number 

only and see if your partner can guess the whole sentence. 

Written by Alex Case for UsingEnglish.com © 2007 

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