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-I will call you.

-He said he would call me.

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-I think it will rain.

-I thought it would rain.

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-I will try my best to help.

-I would try my best to help.

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-I will never leave you.

-You said you would never leave me.

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Will you close the window?

Would you close the window?

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-If I have free time, I will go to the movies.

-If I had free time, I would go to the movies.

-If I hadn’t gotten sick, I would have gone to the movies.

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The traffic is terrible! I‘ll take the back road instead.

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I would visit my grandmother on weekends.

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Everything will be fine.

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Who do you think will win?

I thought you would help me but you didn’t!

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I will always be there for you.

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I‘ll call you back as soon as possible.

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He promised he would never leave me.

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Will you join me for lunch?

Would you give me a copy of that?

Would you please be quiet?

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Will you please carry this bag for me?( )

Would you carry this bag for me?( )

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Will you carry this bag for me?( )

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I will clean the kitchen after dinner.

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I will help you with your homework.

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I would do anything to make her happy.

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I will not do such thing.

I will never do such thing.( )

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Dad would notlend me the car, so I had to take the bus.

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If I see her, I will tell her you called.

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If I was a millionaire, I would travel around the world.

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If I had won the lottery, I would have bought a car.

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Will (Future Tense) :

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Subject + will + base form of the verb

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The weather forecast said it will rain tomorrow.

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Agnes will not be here in an hour.

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Subject + will + be + verb + ing

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I will be writing the letter tomorrow.

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I will not be working at 5 p.m tomorrow.

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Will you be doing your homework when I arrive?

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(p.p) Subject + will + have + Past Participle

(p.p) Subject + will + not + have + past participle

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I will have finished my work by the time you arrive.

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Anthony will not have arrived before me.

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Will they have received my letter by then?

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Subject + will have been + verb + -ing

Subject + will + not + have been + verb + -ing

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Next month, I will have been studying French for two years.

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He will not have been studying long enough.

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Will Joe have been working for 25 years next year?

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She promised me that she would never break my heart.

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He had a feeling that something would go wrong this time.

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Everyone believed that she wouldnt be able to compete in the tournament.

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Direct Speech: She said, “I will help you.”

Indirect Speech: She said she would help me.

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Direct Speech: He said, “I will be studying all week.”

Indirect Speech: He said he would be studying all week.”

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Direct Speech: Thomas said, “I will have finished the book by next week.”

Indirect Speech: Thomas said he would have finished the book by next week.

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Direct Speech: Sarah said, “By tomorrow, I will have been working for this for 5 years.”

Indirect Speech: Sarah said by tomorrow, she would have been working for this company for 5 years.

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When I go and see Marie, I think I‘ll take her some flowers.

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Wow! Look at that pink dress! I‘ll buy it.

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A: Does anyone want a drink?

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We went to the same beach every summer.

We used to go to the same beach every summer.

We would go to the same beach every summer.

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My dad would read me amazing stories every night at bedtime.

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Every Saturday I would go on a hike.

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Would :

  • ?…Would you mind
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Would you mind

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Would you mind + If + subject + simple past form of the verb

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Would you mind If I used your phone now?

Would you mind if I borrowed your car tonight?

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Would you mind + verb + -ing

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Would you mind carrying this?

Would you mind not telling him until tomorrow?

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Would you mind + somebody’s + verb + -ing

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Would you mind John’s staying here with us?

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Subject + would + rather + base form of the verb

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I’d rather stay with you here.

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She’d rather not see me.

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What would you rather do instead?

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Subject + (that) + subject + simple past form of the verb

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I‘d rather (that) Jack came another time.

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Emily would rather (that) her job were a little easier.

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Would it be possible + to + base form of the verb?

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Would it be possible to add another ice cube to my drink?

Would it be possible to stop at the second traffic light?

Would it be possible to meet on Saturday instead of Sunday?

I would think / imagine / guess

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It’s very difficult, I would imagine.

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I would think that’s the right answer.

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Sarah: Hi Mike! What will you do this weekend?

Mike: Hey Sarah! I’m not sure yet. I was thinking about taking my dog Max for a walk in the park.

Sarah: That sounds fun! The weather will be wonderful this weekend, so it’s a perfect time to be outside.

Mike: You’re right! Do you have any plans already?

Sarah: Well, actually, I promised my mom I would help her clean the house. My little brother threw a birthday party last week and made a mess.

Mike: Oh, that makes sense. But I never thought your brother would ever cause any trouble. He looks so innocent. Anyway, would you like to join me at the park if you finish early?

Sarah: That would be great! I can bring my dog too! I’ll join you If I finish early!

Mike: Perfect! That’ll be fun. We could even grab some coffee afterward. It’s my treat!

Sarah: Oh, you don’t have to do that, but thank you! I should go right now, or I will be late for dinner.

Mike: You’re welcome. Sure, take care, and good luck with the cleaning! I hope you‘ll finish quickly.

Sarah: I hope so! I‘llsee you later!

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Emily: I have a question for you, Ben. Where would you go if you could travel anywhere in the world?

Ben: That’s a tough one! Mmm… If I could travel anywhere, I would go to Japan. I’ve always been fascinated by its culture and history.

Emily: Japan sounds amazing! What would you do there?

Ben: Well, first of all, I would visit Tokyo and see all its bright streets and advanced technology. But I also would want to explore the peace and quiet of the countryside and see Mount Fuji.

Emily: That would be a perfect mix of city and nature! Now tell me, how would you spend your time if you won the lottery?

Ben: Interesting question. Honestly, if I won, I wouldn’t continue working my current job and maybe even take some art classes. But winning the lottery is just a fantasy.

Emily: You’re right. But it’s fun to imagine the possibilities. Even If I don’t win the lottery, I will try my best to save up for a trip to Europe someday.

Ben: Absolutely! Maybe someday we will both get to travel the world.

Emily: Of course! I believe if you really want something, you will achieve it.

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1. Choose the sentence that uses “will” for a prediction.

They would win the championship every year.

The movie will probably be a hit.

She said she will be tired after work.

I’ll be always there for you.

2. Choose the sentence that uses “would” for a polite request.

Will you close the door, please?

Would you mind passing the salt?

What would you do if you were me?

3. What is the correct way to report the following sentence: “I will be at the meeting tomorrow.”?

She said she will be at the meeting tomorrow.

She will say she is at the meeting tomorrow.

She said she would be at the meeting tomorrow.

She would say she was at the meeting tomorrow.

4. Complete the sentence: “By the time I get home, the movie…”

will have already started.

would have already started.

5. Complete the sentence: “If I win the lottery, I…”

will donate some money to charity.

6. Identify the sentence that uses “would” to express a past habit.

He will always be there for you.

I would often go for walks in the park.

They said they would be at the party by 8 pm.

If I had known, I would have helped you.

7. What is the correct way to ask “Do you want to go to the movies?” in a more polite way?

You will go to the movies with me, right?

I would have gone to the movies with you if you had asked.

Would you like to go to the movies with me?

You will enjoy the movie, I promise.

8. Complete the sentence: “They told us they…”

would have been here sooner.

9. Choose the correct answer: ___ you like to join us for dinner tonight?

10. Choose the correct answer: I ___ help you with that if you need it.

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Q1: I ___ watch a movie if I have time. (will/would)

Answer: I will watch a movie if I have time.

Q2: ____ you like some tea? (Will/Would)

Answer: Would you like some tea?

Q3: I ___ stop smoking, I promise! (will/would)

Answer: I will stop smoking, I promise!

Q4: I really like this job. I hope I ___ get it. (will/would)

Answer: I really like this job. I hope I will get it.

Q5: Do you think she ___ come if you invited her? (will/would)

Answer: Do you think she would come if you invited her? (will/would)

Q6: Who do you think ___ win the election? (will/would)

Answer: Who do you think will win the election? (will/would)

Q7: A: The phone is ringing. (‘ll – would)

B: I ___ answer it.

Answer: A: The phone is ringing.

B: I‘ll answer it.

Q8: I ___ do anything I can to help you if you told me to. (will/would)

Answer: I would do anything I can to help you if you told me to. (will/would)

Q9: I ___ call you when dinner is ready. (will/would)

Answer: I will call you when dinner is ready.

Q10: If I knew you were in trouble, I ____ help you. (will/would)

Answer: If I knew you were in trouble, I would help you.

Q11: I ____ call you back as soon as I finish my work. (will/would)

Answer: I will call you back as soon as I finish my work.

Q12: The train ____ arrive at 10 pm sharp every day. (will/would)

Answer: The train will arrive at 10 pm sharp every day.

Q13: The train ____ probably arrive on time if there weren’t any delays. (will/would)

Answer: The train would probably arrive on time if there weren’t any delays.

Q14: ___ you mind if I sit here? (Will/Would)

Answer: Would you mind if I sit here?

Q15: If you had to choose, what ____ be your choice? (will/would)

Answer: If you had to choose, what would be your choice?

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Q1: Tomorrow is Saturday! I wouldn’t sleep in late. I have a big game to play with my friends in the afternoon. We practiced a lot this week, so I would win for sure!

Answer: Tomorrow is Saturday! I won’t sleep in late. I have a big game to play with my friends in the afternoon. We practiced a lot this week, so I would win for sure!

Q1: If I had more free time, I will learn a new language. Maybe Spanish! It seems interesting and would be useful for traveling. Since I’m so busy, I will just have to wait.

Answer: If I had more free time, I would learn a new language. Maybe Spanish! It seems interesting and would be useful for traveling. Since I’m so busy, I will just have to wait.

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Question: It’s a beautiful Saturday morning! The sun shines brightly, and a gentle breeze moves the leaves on the trees. I think I (1) _____ (go) to the park today. It (2) _____ (be) a great place to relax and

absorb the sunshine. Maybe I (3) _____ (see) some of my friends there. If they were around, we (4) _____ (play) basketball or football.

Speaking of games, I brought my new kite! I (5) _____ (fly) it if the wind is strong enough. It’s a beautiful blue and green design, and I (6) _____ (love) to see it soar through the sky.

After playing for a while, I (7) _____ (get) hungry. I packed some homemade sandwiches, but if there’s a fast-food restaurant nearby, I (8) _____ (treat) myself to a hot dog sandwich! Hot dogs always taste

better outdoors, Don’t they?

Later in the afternoon, if it gets too hot, I (9) _____ (find) a shady spot under a tree and read a book I’ve wanted to finish for so long. It (10) _____ (be) perfect only if I could bring my cat too, but unfortunately,

the park does not allow people to bring their pets.

Answer: It’s a beautiful Saturday morning! The sun shines brightly, and a gentle breeze moves the leaves on the trees. I think I will go to the park today. It would be a great place to relax and absorb the

sunshine. Maybe I will see some of my friends there. If they were around, we would play basketball or football.

Speaking of games, I brought my new kite! I will fly it if the wind is strong enough. It’s a beautiful blue and green design, and I would love to see it soar through the sky.

After playing for a while, I will get hungry. I packed some homemade sandwiches, but if there’s a fast-food restaurant nearby, I will treat myself to a hot dog sandwich! Hot dogs always taste better outdoors,

Don’t they?

Later in the afternoon, if it gets too hot, I will find a shady spot under a tree and read a book I’ve wanted to finish for so long. It would be perfect only if I could bring my cat too, but unfortunately, the park

does not allow people to bring their pets.

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