Future Tense Teacher Resources
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New! The Future Tense
What will your Spanish class learn today? Maybe they will learn all about the future tense! Take a look at this resource for information on ways to talk about the future without actually using the future tense, regular and irregular future tense verbs, and how to use the future tense. A presentation, two reference-style pages, and a practice exercise are all accessible from the webpage.
In this past, present and future tense verbs worksheet, learners decide if the underlined verb in 6 sentences are past, present or future tense verbs, write a present tense verb in 4 sentence and a past tense verb in 4 sentences. Students write a future tense verb in 4 sentences and answer two short answer questions.
In this verb worksheet, student read a selection about the past, present and future verb tenses. Students change the verb tense in 8 sentences to make them future tenses and write a paragraph using at least 5 sentences about their plans for the future.
In this simple future tense learning exercise, 4th graders read and copy 40 sentences which show the correct usage of the simple future tense.
In this simple future tense learning exercise, students read the rules for forming this tense. They write the correct form of the simple future tense using "will" in 7 sentences. They do the same using "going" in the next 7 sentences. They write 2 original sentences in the simple future tense.
How much do your youngsters know about the simple present, past, and future tenses? Find out with this series of practice activities. To begin, learners become acquainted with the verb tenses by reading definitions and examples and identifying the tense in five sentences. Next, they can complete any of the five included worksheets. An answer key is provided.
When do you use the future tense? In French, there are two ways to say things in the future tense. This short, eight-slide PowerPoint introduces both options and provides just a few examples. To strengthen this presentation, add additional examples and a practice opportunity for your intermediate French speakers.
Introduce your intermediate French speakers to the future tense with this plan. The plan is broken up into teacher tasks and student tasks, making it clear and easy to understand. There are also three worksheets included, but only one focuses on the future tense. It appears some of the information comes from the Holt French 3 book.
In this verbs worksheet, students underline the action verb in 5 sentences, write 3 nouns in a complete sentence and circle the multiple choice answer in 5 sentences that tells whether a sentence is happening in the past, present or future. Students fill in the missing verbs in a chart that contains past, present and future tense verbs.
In this past, present, and future worksheet, students rewrite sentences in the past, present, and future tenses. Students rewrite 15 sentences.
Students identify a verb in a sentence. They explain past, present and future tenses of verbs, particularly the verbs to be and to have.
In this verb worksheet, 3rd graders read a selection on verbs and a short story. Students circle all of the verbs in the short story and sort them into a graphic organizer using present, past and future tense.
Learners demonstrate the ability to express the Spanish future tense using . They read an advertisement for a studenT contest to promote a certain product, then write and present a contest of their own.
In this future tense activity, students read about "will" and "going to" sentences and examples of their usage. Students create two "will" and "going to" sentences, and identify the correct future tense phrases in twelve sentences.
In this future tense learning exercise, students complete sentences in different variations of the future tense by filling in the blanks. Students complete 42 sentences.
Students explore the function of verbs when considering tense. They read a story that is written in past tense and discuss how to change it to future tense. Students transform a news story from past to future tense.
The next tense your class must master: the future tense! Use this simple worksheet as an exit ticket out of class. After introducing the future tense and how it's conjugated, provide your class with this activity to assess their development. They use the model sentences to conjugate new sentences in the future tense.
Ding! The bell just rang. Give your intermediate Spanish language learners this bell-ringer activity to get them started. This short paragraph focuses on conjugating both regular and irregular verbs in the future tense.
In this ESL future tense activity, students change verbs shown in brackets in sentences to both the "going to future" and present continuous form, and put verbs in simple future tense.
Here’s a practice set for the simple future tense and the present tense with an adverb form. No answer key is provided, but a brief explanation of these tense forms does precede each exercise set. This resource could be used as a pretest or as a take-home for extra practice.