FUTURE PERFECT

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FUTURE PERFECT / FUTURE CONTINUOUS : 

FUTURE PERFECT / FUTURE CONTINUOUS

THESE PEOPLE ARE STANDING IN A QUEUE TO GET INTO THE CINEMA. : 

THESE PEOPLE ARE STANDING IN A QUEUE TO GET INTO THE CINEMA.

HALF AN HOUR FROM NOW, THE CINEMA WILL BE FULL.EVERYONE WILL BE WATCHING THE FILM. : 

HALF AN HOUR FROM NOW, THE CINEMA WILL BE FULL.EVERYONE WILL BE WATCHING THE FILM.

THREE HOURS FROM NOW, THE CINEMA WILL BE EMPTY.THE FILM WILL HAVE FINISHED.EVERYBODY WILL HAVE GONE HOME. : 

THREE HOURS FROM NOW, THE CINEMA WILL BE EMPTY.THE FILM WILL HAVE FINISHED.EVERYBODY WILL HAVE GONE HOME.

I WILL BE DOING SOMETHING – FUTURE CONTINUOUS = I WILL BE IN THE MIDDLE OF DOING IT:. THIS TIME NEXT WEEK I´LL BE ON HOLIDAY. I´LL BE LYING ON THE BEACH OR SWIMMING IN THE SEA. : 

I WILL BE DOING SOMETHING – FUTURE CONTINUOUS = I WILL BE IN THE MIDDLE OF DOING IT:. THIS TIME NEXT WEEK I´LL BE ON HOLIDAY. I´LL BE LYING ON THE BEACH OR SWIMMING IN THE SEA.

I´LL HAVE (DONE) – FUTURE PERFECT – WE USE TO SAY THAT SOMETHING WILL ALREADY BE COMPLETE BEFORE A TIME IN THE FUTURE. : 

I´LL HAVE (DONE) – FUTURE PERFECT – WE USE TO SAY THAT SOMETHING WILL ALREADY BE COMPLETE BEFORE A TIME IN THE FUTURE.

SALLY ALWAYS LEAVES FOR WORK AT 8:30 IN THE MORNING. SHE WON´T BE AT HOME AT 9 O´CLOCK – SHE´LL HAVE GONE TO WORK. : 

SALLY ALWAYS LEAVES FOR WORK AT 8:30 IN THE MORNING. SHE WON´T BE AT HOME AT 9 O´CLOCK – SHE´LL HAVE GONE TO WORK.

LINKING WORDS : 

LINKING WORDS YET – (todavia, ainda que, ainda) ON THE CONTRARY – (pelo contrário) ON THE ONE HAND...ON THE OTHER HAND- (por um lado,por outro lado) RATHER THAN – (em vez de) SIMILARLY- (semelhantemente, de maneira semelhante) NOT ONLY...BUT ALSO – (não só...mas também, não somente, mas também)

SIMILARLY : 

SIMILARLY Learning to play a musical instrument requires practice. Similarly, learning a second language requires hard work. They were similarly dressed. (estavam vestidos de modo semelhante) Cars drivers must respect pedestrians. Similarly, bus drivers.

YET : 

YET Michelle hasn´t been well, yet she keeps working hard. A settlement might yet be possible. (ainda pode ser um acordo). Julia is very tired. Yet, she refuses to take a vacation.

ON THE CONTRARY : 

ON THE CONTRARY I have been worried with my son recently. My husband on the contrary, believe that my son is very well. I´m not sick; on the contary, I´m in the peak of health. (eu não estou doente, pelo contrário, estou no auge da saúde)

ON THE ONE HAND...ON THE OTHER HAND : 

ON THE ONE HAND...ON THE OTHER HAND Rita needed to study for the test. On the other hand, she didn´t want to miss the party. On the one hand he ignores family´s problems. On the other hand he works a lot to give money to them.

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On the one hand, I´d like more money, but on the other hand, I´m not prepared to work extra hours in order to get in. On the one hand, you complain that you´re lonely, and on the other hand you won´t come to parties with me.

RATHER THAN : 

RATHER THAN Rather than building a new house he decided to reform the old one. Rather than go straight to the university, we went to a restaurant first.. I´ll have a cold drink rather than coffee.

NOT ONLY...BUT ALSO : 

NOT ONLY...BUT ALSO Oscar not only ate too much, but also fell asleep at the table. My car is not only faster than the others, but also more expensive. Sometimes it is not only wise to listen to your parents but also interesting.

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Not only do we want to go but we also have enogh money.

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