Match the verbs with the definitions.
Is there anything you are looking forward to in the next seven days?
Is there anything you are dreading?
Example A: I'm looking forward to the weekend.
B: Me too!
Select the correct option in each sentence to complete what Ben says.
1_______ leave the country and see the world.
3 ______ buy a camper van and drive around the world.
5 _____ usually sleep in the van.
6 Perhaps ______ stay in cheap hotels.
7 We haven’t got any plans, but ______ probably go to Morocco.
We can use going to when we talk about plans for the future.
We can use will to talk about what we expect to happen in the future.
Choose the correct words to complete the sentences.
a ______ catch the seven o’clock train. I’ve already got my ticket.
b Sorry, I can’t come to the pub with you tonight. You see, ______ watch a film with Rachel.
c I want to get up early on Saturday, but ______ oversleep – I usually do!
d I don’t know, but ______ have a haircut this weekend.
e _______ buy a new car because I need a better one.
f A: What are you going to do this weekend?
B: I’m not really sure yet, but ______ rent some DVDs.
Use the table to make a note of two things you plan to do, and four things you expect to happen next weekend.
Work with a partner. Tell them about what you plan and expect to happen next weekend. Listen to your partner. Ask questions to get more information.
Example A: I'm going for a drink after work on Friday night. We'll probably go to Rick's bar.
B: Why there?
A: We always go there.