Spontaneous Decisions | Listening Exercise

There are a number of ways to talk about the future in English. It all depends on what exactly you want to say about the future. In English, we used the simple future in the following situations: to predict a future event, to give orders, to give an invitation (in the interrogative form) as well as to express a spontaneous decision.

The simple future is formed of two parts: will + verb (without to).

In this mini-grammar lesson by Scrambled Eggs English school in Milan we will be looking at using the simple future to make decisions in the moment.

Imagine, you are at home and you hear the house phone ring:

Or, you are walking down the corridor at work and you see your colleague trip and spill coffee all over the floor:

Another scenario could be, you don’t feel very well and your partner cooks dinner for you:

Now it is time to put your new grammar knowledge to the test! Try this listening exercise – you will hear two people talking about their friend’s birthday and planning a spontaneous surprise party.

Planning A Party | Listening Exercise

Test your English listening knowledge with the following exercise!

How did you do? How many times did you hear the simple future used to make an immediate decision? Click here to try out some of our other listening exercises.

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