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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #68189: Express the future
    > Other English exercises on the same topic: Future [Change theme]
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       This afternoon I tennis                     then I my best friend               and finally I to my favourite singer.   


       Oh, dear! This is too heavy for you. I you. I some books for you.


          I think we should go to the airport, the plane in half an hour.


           Mark will go to the swimming pool again as soon as he from the flu.


       Hannah wants to know what to her in the future.
       Hannah:   'Can you see my future?'
       The fortune-teller:  ' You   a rich and handsome young man and you happily ever after.'


            When Phoebe eighteen, she will take her driving test.


         I saw my friend Julia last week. She is pregnant. She twins.


        -What Freddy for his birthday?
      -But he already has rollerblades!
      -In that case I  a skateboard.

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