Future (will/ be going to/ be + verb+ing)



In English, we use different grammar patterns to talk about the future depending on the situation.

It’s important to understand what the situation is, so you can choose the correct grammar pattern.


These are the most common situations to talk about the future. Click on the arrow > to learn more.

Grammar Patterns

These are the different grammar patterns that you can use to talk about the future:

will + base form

be going to + base form

be + verb + ing

Click on the arrow > to learn more about future grammar patterns.

 Grammar Practice

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Complete the sentences with the correct future form.

Drag and drop the correct word using your mouse or your finger

 Speaking Practice

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Discuss each prediction with your group.

Discuss each decision with your group.

✍️ Writing Practice

Choose 1 card. Write a comment (reply) below 👇 with your answer. Give as many details as possible. Make sure you use the correct future form.


Future Continuous and Future Perfect


Double comparatives


In English, we can use double comparatives to express cause and effect, or increasing or decreasing returns in parallel structures.

There are three basic patterns to use double comparatives with nouns, actions, and adjectives/adverbs.

Fun activities and playing games are great ways to improve your fluency.

Here you can find 3 different activities to review and practice double comparatives in English.

Grammar Practice

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Match the two parts of the sentences.

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Change the sentence using a double comparative.


If I study a lot, I learn a lot. -> The more I study, the more I learn.

Click on FLIP to check your answer.

 Speaking Practice

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Complete the sentences using a double comparative.

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Complete the sentences using a double comparative.

Did you enjoy playing these games? 😊
Which one was your favourite?


Confusing Adjectives -ed/ing


In English there are 2 patterns for adjectives:

1. verb be + adjective

I’m interested in English movies.

English movies are usually very interesting.

2. adjective + noun

It’s such an interesting class.

She is such an interesting woman.

3. -ed or -ing

There is a group of adjectives that can end in –ed or –ing. However, the meaning of the adjective changes depending on the ending. For example, interested/interesting, tired/tiring, confused/confusing, surprised/surprised, etc.

We use the ed ending to talk about how we feel. Adjectives ending with –ed are used primarily with nouns that are people or animals.

We use the –ing ending to describe a noun or when the noun is the reason for the feeling. Basically, the –ing adjective shows why a person is feeling a certain way. Adjectives ending in –ing are used primarily with nouns that are things.



Practice Time

Speaking practice

  1. Choose a card.
  2. Complete the sentence using the correct form of the adjective.
  3. Click on FLIP to check your answer.