This time tomorrow they (sit) in the train on their way to Chicago.
will be sitting
2. Don’t phone Jim from 5 to 6 – he (have) English.
will be having
Why are you in a hurry? If you arrive at 8 o’clock, they (still/cook) the meal.
still are cooking
are still be cooking
will be still cooking
- I’m not sure I’ll recognize Eve. I haven’t seen her for ages. - She (wear) a dark blue pullover and jeans.
will be wearing
He (sleep) when you come back tonight.
will be sleeping
would be sleeping
- Let’s meet at the station at 5 o’clock. - OK. I (wait) for you there.
will be waiting
I (work) for my exam on Philosophy all day tomorrow.
have been working
will be working
8. “ … you (see) Alex tomorrow?” – “Of course I will. I (see) him at the Board meeting.”
Do you see, see
Would you see, ’d see
Will you be seeing, will be seeing
Next Friday, the President (celebrate) ten years in power.
will be celebrated
will be celebrating
The plane (travel) at twice the speed of sound when it passes overhead.
will be traveling
“I wonder if that terrible wind (blow) tomorrow.” – “Oh, yes. The weather forecast says it (blow) for another two weeks.
will blow, will blow
will be blowing, will be blowing
will blow, blows
I (say) more about that topic in my next lecture.
will be saying
After the operation you (not/do) any sport for a while.
will not be doing
She (perform) every day until the end of the month.
will be performing
shall be performing
We (go) to my brother’s house again for Christmas.
will be going
I (see) Tom on Tuesday. That’s when we usually meet.
will be seeing
We (join) you in half an hour.
will be joining
… you (use) the computer for long? I need it.
Do you use
Did you use
Will you use
Will you be using
- Is it alright if I come at about 8.30? - No, I (watch) the football then.
will be watching
What time your friends (arrive) tomorrow?
do your friends arrive
will be your friends arriving
will your friends be arriving
are your friends arriving