Ejercicios de futuro simple, perfect perfect y continuous mezclados en inglés

Actividad 1: Completa las oraciones con el tiempo verbal adecuado.

1. We ____________ (travel) to Europe next month.

2. By this time next year, I ____________ (finish) my degree.

3. They ____________ (not go) to the concert tonight.

4. He ____________ (study) English for two hours tomorrow.

5. By the time she arrives, we ____________ (prepare) dinner.

6. I ____________ (not see) him next week.

7. She ____________ (not be) home tonight.

8. They ____________ (not have) enough money to buy a car.

9. We ____________ (not play) tennis tomorrow.

10. By the time you wake up, I ____________ (leave).

Actividad 2: Cambia las oraciones al tiempo verbal indicado.

1. Tom will be graduating next year. (Futuro perfecto)

2. I am having a party at my house tonight. (Futuro continuo)

3. Sarah has completed her project by tomorrow. (Futuro simple)

4. They will not be living in this city anymore. (Futuro continuo negativo)

5. By next month, I will have saved enough money. (Futuro perfecto)

6. We are going to visit our grandparents this weekend. (Futuro simple)

7. The train will not have arrived by then. (Futuro perfecto negativo)

8. She is meeting her friends for lunch tomorrow. (Futuro continuo)

9. By the time you come back, I will have finished cooking. (Futuro perfecto)

10. They will not be attending the meeting tomorrow. (Futuro continuo negativo)

Actividad 3: Elige el tiempo verbal correcto.

1. I ____________ (visit/will visit) my grandparents next week.

2. By this time next year, she ____________ (graduate/will have graduated) from college.

3. They ____________ (not go/won’t go) to the party tonight.

4. We ____________ (be/are going to be) traveling to Asia next summer.

5. By the time I arrive, he ____________ (wait/will have been waiting) for an hour.

6. He ____________ (not be/isn’t going to be) here tomorrow.

7. She ____________ (not have/doesn’t have) enough time to finish the project.

8. They ____________ (not play/won’t be playing) volleyball tomorrow.

9. By this time next month, I ____________ (already finish/will have already finished) reading the book.

10. He ____________ (not be/isn’t going to be) at the party tonight.

Respuestas:

Actividad 1:

1. will travel

2. will have finished

3. will not go

4. will study

5. will have prepared

6. will not see

7. will not be

8. will not have

9. will not play

10. will have left

Actividad 2:

1. Tom will have graduated next year.

2. I will be having a party at my house tonight.

3. Sarah will have completed her project by tomorrow.

4. They will not be living in this city anymore.

5. By next month, I will have saved enough money.

6. We will visit our grandparents this weekend.

7. The train will not have arrived by then.

8. She will be meeting her friends for lunch tomorrow.

9. By the time you come back, I will have finished cooking.

10. They will not be attending the meeting tomorrow.

Actividad 3:

1. will visit

2. will have graduated

3. won’t go

4. are going to be

5. will have been waiting

6. won’t be

7. won’t have

8. won’t be playing

9. will have already finished

10. won’t be

📝 Entiende el futuro

1. Usa el auxiliar «will» seguido del verbo en infinitivo: Por ejemplo, «I will study» (Estudiaré). Recuerda que «will» se utiliza tanto para hablar de acciones futuras como para expresar promesas, predicciones o decisiones espontáneas.

2. Utiliza el present continuous para referirte a planes o arreglos futuros ya establecidos: Por ejemplo, «I’m meeting my friend tomorrow» (Voy a encontrarme con mi amigo mañana). En este caso, el verbo «to be» se conjuga en presente, seguido del gerundio del verbo principal.

3. Usa «be going to» + verbo en infinitivo para expresar intenciones o planes futuros: Por ejemplo, «She is going to travel next month» (Ella va a viajar el próximo mes). En este caso, «be» se conjuga en presente y se utiliza la forma «going to» seguida del verbo en infinitivo.

Recuerda practicar estos trucos y leer y escuchar ejemplos en inglés para familiarizarte con su uso adecuado.

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