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Before getting down to work, here is a reminder in brief:
1) If you are doing something, it means that you have already planned to do it.
2) If something is going to (do), it means that the present situation makes you believe so. Some clues enable you to predict something.
If you are going to (do), it means that you have decided but not necessarily arranged to do something.
3) If you will be doing something, it means that, for some period of time in the future, you will be in the process/in the middle of doing something.
4) If something will have done (…) it means that, by some time in the future, an action or activity will have been carried off, completed, ended.
Each of the above-mentioned form is governed by other rule: I only mentioned those you need to keep in mind when you do this present exercice.
Instruction: read Keith's timetable carefully and pick up the right awswer.
Tues., Class timetable
8:00 – 8:50 History
9:00 – 9:50 Algebra
10:00 – 10:05 (morning break)
10:10 – 11:00 English
11:10 – 12-00 Ph.edu.
12:00 – 12:50 Lunch
1:00 – 1:50 Arts
2:00 – 2:50 Biology
Don’t forget: return books to library
+ meeting Dan @3pm.
'@' is the shorthand writing for 'at' @3pm = at 3.00pm
Context: it's 7am. Keith is on his way to school. He is reading his timetable and imagines what he will be doing at different times today.
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