Module 3, Unit 6

“Talking About Future Activities”

Base Sentences – (376-390)

376 What time are you going to get up tomorrow morning?

376 ¿A qué hora vas a llegar mañana por la mañana?

377 I’ll probably wake up early and get up at 6:30.

377 Probablemente me levanto temprano y me levanto a las 6:30.

378 What will you do then?

378 ¿Qué vas a hacer entonces?

379 After I get dressed, I’ll have breakfast.

379 Después me visto, voy a tener el desayuno.

380 What will you have for breakfast tomorrow morning?

380 ¿Qué va a tener para el desayuno de mañana por la mañana?

381 I’ll probably have eggs and toast for breakfast.

381 Probablemente voy a tener huevos y tostadas para el desayuno.

382 After breakfast, I’ll get ready to go to work.

382 Después del desayuno, me preparo para ir a trabajar.

383 I’ll leave the house at 8:00 and get to the office at 8:30.

383 Voy a dejar la casa a las 8:00 y llego a la oficina a las 8:30.

384 I’ll probably go out for lunch at about 12:30.

384 Probablemente voy a ir a almorzar a las 12:30.

385 I’ll finish working at 5:30 and get home by 6 o’clock.

385 Voy a terminar de trabajo a las 5:30 y llegar a casa por seis.

386 Are you going to have dinner at home tomorrow night?

386 ¿Vas a cenar en su casa mañana por la noche?

387 Do you think you’ll go to the movies tomorrow night?

387 ¿Crees que va a ir al cine mañana por la noche?

388 I’ll probably stay home and watch television.

388 Probablemente me quedaré en casa y ver la televisión.

389 When I get sleepy, I’ll probably get ready for bed.

389 Cuando me da sueño, probablemente voy a ir a la cama.

390 Do you think you’ll be able to go to sleep right away?

390 ¿Crees que será capaz de ir a dormir de inmediato?

Verb Study

1. get up => got up, getting up, gets up

(A) What time are you going to get up tomorrow? (B) I got up at 6 o’clock yesterday. (C) She gets up at 7:30 every day. (D) I’m getting up right now. (A) ¿A qué hora vas a llegar hasta mañana? (B) Me levanté a las 6:00 de ayer. (C) Se levanta a las 07:30 todos los días. (D) Me estoy levantando en estos momentos.

2. wake up, go to sleep => woke up, wakes up/ went to sleep, goes to sleep

(A) I’ll probably wake up early tomorrow. (B) I woke up at 6 o’clock yesterday morning. (C) My brother wakes up at 9 o’clock every day. (D) Do you think you’ll be able to go to sleep right away? (E) He goes to sleep at 11:30 every night. (A) que probablemente despierte mañana temprano. (B) Me desperté a las 6 de la mañana de ayer. (C) Mi hermano se levanta a las 9:00 cada día. (D) ¿Crees que serás capaz de ir a dormir de inmediato? (E) Se va a dormir a las 11:30 cada noche.

3. get dressed => got dressed, getting dressed, gets dressed

(A) I get dressed at 9 o’clock every day. (B) He got dressed at 8 o’clock yesterday morning. (C) She gets dressed at 7 o’clock every day. (D) Did you get dressed before breakfast this morning? (A) Me visto a las 9 horas todos los días. (B) Se vistió a las 8 de la mañana de ayer. (C) Ella se viste a las 7 de la mañana todos los días. (D) ¿Te vistes antes del desayuno esta mañana?

4. stay => stayed, staying, stays

(A) I’ll probably stay home tonight. (B) He stays home every night. (C) She stayed home last night. (A) probablemente voy a quedarme en casa esta noche. (B) Se queda en casa todas las noches. (C) Ella se quedó en casa anoche.

5. watch => watched, watching, watches

(A) I watch television after dinner every night. (B) He watches television after breakfast each day. (C) We watched television last night until midnight. (D) Did you watch television last Sunday? (A) Miro la televisión después de cenar cada noche. (B) Se ve la televisión después del desayuno cada día. (C) Miramos la televisión ayer por la noche hasta la medianoche. (D) ¿Sabía usted mira la televisión el domingo pasado?

6. do => [did, done], doing, does

(A) What will you do then? (B) What are you going to do now? (C) She does the same thing every day. (A) ¿Qué vas a hacer entonces? (B) ¿Qué vas a hacer ahora? (C) Ella hace lo mismo todos los días.

7. leave => [left, left], leaving, leaves

(A) I’ll leave the house at 8 o’clock tomorrow. (B) He left the house at 9 o’clock yesterday morning. (C) She leaves the house at 10 o’clock every day. (A) Voy a dejar la casa a las 8 de mañana. (B) Salió de la casa a las 9 de la mañana de ayer. (C) Ella sale de la casa a las 10 horas todos los días.

8. be able to => is/are able to, was/were able to

(A) Do you think you’ll be able to sleep immediately? (B) I’m always able to go to sleep immediately. (C) Were you able to talk with Mr. Pigeon yesterday? (A) ¿Crees que serás capaz de dormir de inmediato? (B) Siempre soy capaz de ir a dormir inmediatamente. (C) ¿Has podido hablar con el Sr. Pigeon ayer?

Word/Phrase Substitution Drills

1a What time are you going to get up tomorrow morning?

1b What time are we going to get up tomorrow morning?

1c What time are they going to get up tomorrow morning?

1d What time is she going to get up tomorrow morning?

1e What time is he going to get up tomorrow morning?

2a I’ll probably wake up early tomorrow morning.

2b We’ll probably wake up early tomorrow morning.

2c You’ll probably wake up early tomorrow morning.

2d They’ll probably wake up early tomorrow morning.

2e She’ll probably wake up early tomorrow morning.

2f He’ll probably wake up early tomorrow morning.

3a What will you do then ? Will you get dressed?

3b What will you do at that time ? Will you get dressed?

3c What will you do after that ? Will you get dressed?

3d What will you do next ? Will you get dressed?

4a After I get dressed, it will be time for breakfast.

4b After you get dressed, it will be time for breakfast.

4c After she gets dressed, be time for breakfast.

4d After he gets dressed,be time for breakfast.

5a After John gets dressed, he’ll have breakfast .

5b After John gets dressed, he’ll go to work .

5c After John gets dressed, he’ll leave the house to go to work .

5d After John gets dressed, he’ll read the newspaper .

6a What will you have for breakfast tomorrow morning?

6b What are you going to have for breakfast tomorrow morning?

6c What do you think you’ll have for breakfast tomorrow morning?

7a After breakfast, I’ll get ready to go to work .

7b After breakfast, I’ll get ready to leave the house .

7c After breakfast, I’ll get ready to write some letters .

8a I’ll leave the house at 8 o’clock.

8b I’m going to leave the house at 8 o’clock.

8c Every day I leave the house at 8 o’clock.

8d Yesterday I left the house at 8 o’clock.

8e I used to leave the house at 8 o’clock.

9a He’ll get home by 6 o’clock.

9b He’s going to get home by 6 o’clock.

9c Every day he gets home by 6 o’clock.

9d Yesterday he got home by 6 o’clock.

9e He used to get home by 6 o’clock.

10a I’ll finish working at 5:30.

10b I’ll finish eating dinner at 5:30.

10c I’ll finish writing letters at 5:30.

10d I’ll finish reading the newspaper at 5:30.

11a Do you think you’ll go

to the movies tomorrow night?

11b Do you think John will go

to the movies tomorrow night?

11c Do you think Peter and John will go

to the movies tomorrow night?

12a Do you think you’ll be able to go to sleep right away?

12b Do you think John will be able to go to sleep right away?

12c Do you think your friend will be able to go to sleep right away?

13a What time are you going to get up tomorrow morning ?

13b What time are you going to get up the day after tomorrow ?

13c What time are you going to get up next Tuesday morning ?

13d What time are you going to get up a week from Saturday morning ?

14a I’ll be able to go to sleep right away .

14b I’ll be able to go to sleep immediately .

15a Will Mr. Cooper be able to have breakfast with us?

15b Will Mr. Cooper be able to go out for lunch with us?

15c Will Mr. Cooper be able to eat dinner with us?

15d Will Mr. Cooper be able to watch television with us?

15e Will Mr. Cooper be able to speak French with us?

16a Do you think you’ll be able to go to the movies tomorrow night ?

16b Do you think you’ll be able to go to the movies Saturday night ?

16c Do you think you’ll be able to go to the movies next week ?

16d Do you think you’ll be able to go to the movies next weekend ?

16e Do you think you’ll be able to go to the movies a week from today ?

17a John will probably wake up early tomorrow morning .

17b John will probably wake up late this afternoon .

17c John will probably wake up in the middle of the night .

17d John will probably wake up at the crack of dawn .

Reading Practice

Marie works hard in an office all week. On Saturday and Sunday she has a very busy social life. Marie trabaja duro en una oficina durante toda la semana. El sábado y el domingo tiene una vida social muy ocupada.

This weekend she’s going to Boston. She has never been there and she wants to see as much as she can while she is there. This is Marie’s plan: Este fin de semana se va a Boston. Ella nunca ha estado allí y quiere ver lo más que pueda mientras esté allí. Este es el plan de Marie:

When she finishes work on Friday afternoon, she’ll take a taxi to the airport and fly to Boston. She’ll go to her hotel and leave her suitcase there. Then she’ll have dinner with some friends who live in Boston. Cuando termina el trabajo el viernes por la tarde, se va a tomar un taxi para ir al aeropuerto y volar a Boston. Ella va a ir a su hotel y dejar su maleta allí. Luego tendrá una cena con unos amigos que viven en Boston.

Marie’s friends know Boston very well. They are going to take her to all the interesting places. Friday evening after dinner they are going to drive around the city in their car. That way Marie will be able to see Boston at night. Amigos de Marie Boston saben muy bien. Ellos van a llevarla a todos los lugares de interés. Viernes por la noche después de la cena que va a conducir por la ciudad en su coche. De esta manera Marie será capaz de ver Boston en la noche.

On Saturday morning Marie will get up early. After she has breakfast, her friends are going to drive her to the historic towns of Concord and Lexington. They will have lunch at a restaurant in Concord. El sábado por la mañana Marie se levanta temprano. Después de que ella tiene el desayuno, sus amigos van a llevarla a las históricas ciudades de Concord y Lexington. Ellos almuerzan en un restaurante en Concord.

Then they will visit Harvard University, which is in Cambridge, across the river from Boston. By that time it will be evening. Luego visitará la Universidad de Harvard, que se encuentra en Cambridge, a través del río de Boston. Para ese entonces ya será tarde.

Marie and her friends are going to go to a concert by the Boston Symphony Orchestra. Boston Symphony Orchestra There will be two symphonies by Beethoven on the program. Marie y sus amigas se van a ir a un concierto a cargo de la Orquesta Symphony Boston. Orquesta Symphony Boston Hay será de dos sinfonías de Beethoven sobre el programa.

On Sunday, after visiting other interesting parts of the city, Marie will go to the airport and fly home. El domingo, después de visitar otros lugares interesantes de la ciudad, María irá al aeropuerto y volar a casa.

She knows she will have a good time in Boston. She’ll probably want to visit it again some day. Ella sabe que va a tener un buen tiempo en Boston. Ella probablemente querrá visitar de nuevo algún día.

Questions:

1. Where is Marie going for the weekend? Has she been there before?

2. When is she leaving? How will she go to Boston?

3. What are Marie’s plans for Friday evening?

4. Where will she go on Saturday?

5. Does Marie have any plans for Saturday evening? What are they?

6. Have you ever been to Boston?

7. Do you know anyone that has been to Boston?

Verb Study

Detectives at Work

Detective A: We don’t have much time, so listen to me.

I’ll tell you what we’re going to do.

Detective B: I’ll write it down while you’re talking.

A: The man we want does everything at exactly the same time every evening.

I’ve watched him for three days.

B: You don’t think he’ll change his plan tonight, do you?

A: I’m sure he won’t.

At 7 o’clock he’ll come down those stairs

and go into the restaurant next door.

B: Are you sure he’ll eat in that restaurant and not in another one?

A: He’ll eat in that one. He’ll get a steak,

a baked potato, and a tossed green salad.

B: Where will he sit?

A: He’ll take the first table by the window.

And he’ll look out at the street.

B: We’ll have to be careful when we go into the restaurant to get him.

A: We won’t go into the restaurant. We don’t want him to see us.

B: What will we do?

A: We’ll wait for him in the street..

We’ll get him when he finishes eating and leaves the restaurant..

B: Look! There he is now. Let’s go.

Word List

egg

probably

weekend

Verb Forms

stay, stayed, stayed

Expressions

crack of dawn

get ready

get sleepy

Supplementary Word List

(Conversation and Reading Practice)

baked potato

careful

change

concert

detectives

drive

fly

historic

plan

river

social

steak

symphonies

tossed salad

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