English 3 - Coggle Diagram
Dreams and Expectations
Simple Future Tense “will”
This verbal tense is used in English to refer to conditions or actions will have effect in
the future: I will be busy. Its use is frequently in colloquial expressions showing
preferences or circumstantial actions: I will take carrots. It is easy to form the future:
add the auxiliary “will” before the infinitive (she will be). Attention: “will” no change,
-s is never added.
That the Participant forms negative sentences and questions in simple future tense
That the Participant dialogues about one’s professional goals.
A Futuristic World
That the Participant masters the formation of WH- Questions.
Wh- questions are sometimes called “information” questions. That is because the
answer to a “wh” question is information that answers one of the question words who,
what, when, where, why, or how. Wh- question in English only uses one question
mark at the end (?) in contrast to Spanish that uses two question marks (¿?) To make
a question using the predicate pattern, first form a yes/no question by inverting the
subject and (first) auxiliary verb. Then, add the appropriate wh- word to the beginning
of the sentence.
That the Participant dialogues about possible future scenarios in the World
Panama a 2nd Century
That the Participant be able to communicate in English in a medium intermediate
That the Participant discuss about Panama a 2
x. I will visit Panama the next month.
Will you visit Panama? Yes, I will.
When will you visit Panama? I will visit Panama the next month.