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Hello.
Welcome to Living English.
In today's episode we'll look at words you can use to make plans...
... and invite someone to your house.
And we'll be looking at how to talk about the future...
... and what is going to happen.
Remember in our last episode of 'Sisters and Brothers'...
... Anne told John the private detective about what happened to her brother.
Today she is at Sarah's office.
Here's 'Sisters and Brothers'.
Um. It's very smooth.
Good flavor too.
It sounds well in restaurants, yeah?
I think they [...] so well at seven o'clock.
[...] very popular [...].
Um.
[...] to understand [...] Singapore.
Thank you.
[...] to know what my wines like.
So.
Are you enjoying the city?
Well it's very nice.
What are you going to do tomorrow?
I don't know. I'll probably stay in the hotel and relax.
Why don't you come to lunch with us at home?
Oh, thank you but you have your family.
Yes, and they want to meet you.
We're going to have roast chicken.
Traditional Aussie food.
Um, sounds good.
Alright, I'll come.
Great.
What time?
We eat at about one o'clock. So about twelve thirty?
I'll show you the house.
Okay, thank you.
I'll get my brother to pick you up.
No that's okay. I'll get a taxi.
Alright then.
That's settled.
Let's look at how Sarah asks Anne about her plans.
What are you going to do tomorrow?
I don't know. I'll probably stay in the hotel and relax.
Sarah asks 'What are you going to do?'
'Going to' is used to talk about future plans.
Repeat the phrase with the clip.
What are you going to do tomorrow?
Sarah invites Anne to her house.
What are they going to have for lunch?
Listen.
We're going to have roast chicken.
Traditional Aussie food.
They're going to have roast chicken.
Let's practice 'going to'.
First the question.
What are you going to do tomorrow?
Let's ask the question with different subjects.
First 'he'.
What is he going to do tomorrow?
They.
What are they going to do tomorrow?
Now let's look at the answer.
Anne is going to relax.
So she would say 'I'm going to relax'.
You try answering the question.
What are you going to do tomorrow?
I'm going to relax.
What is she going to do tomorrow?
She is going to relax.
What are we going to do tomorrow?
We're going to relax.
What are they going to do tomorrow?
They are going to relax.
There's another way of talking about the future.
To use the word 'will'.
Listen again to what Anne says about her plans for tomorrow.
What are you going to do tomorrow?
I don't know. I'll probably stay in the hotel and relax.
Anne says 'I'll probably stay in the hotel'.
"I'll" is short for "I will".
This is another way of talking about the future.
I will do something.
Listen to see how many times you can hear "I'll" in this next clip.
We're going to have roast chicken.
Traditional Aussie food.
Um, sounds good.
Alright, I'll come.
Great.
What time?
We eat at about one o'clock. So about twelve thirty?
I'll show you the house.
Okay, thank you.
I'll get my brother to pick you up.
No that's okay. I'll get a taxi.
So there were four 'wills'.
I'll come.
I'll show you the house.
I'll get my brother to pick you up.
And 'I'll get a taxi'.
And as we've seen before on Living English 'I will' becomes "I'll".
So when you use 'will'...
... and when you use 'going to'.
Notice that all of these actions in the future are single actions.
I'll get a taxi.
I'll show you the house.
We use 'will' for a definite single action in the future.
We use 'going to' for less definite or longer actions.
What are you going to do tomorrow?
Now let's look at how Sarah invites Anne to her house.
Why don't you come to lunch with us at home?
She says 'Why don't you come to lunch?'
She doesn't really want to know why Anne doesn't come.
She wants Anne to come.
She is inviting her to come.
Practice with the clip.
Why don't you come to lunch with us at home?
Now try asking with some different invitations.
Suggest come to dinner.
Why don't you come to dinner?
Try this chicken.
Why don't you try this chicken?
Go home.
Why don't you go home?
Ring me tomorrow.
Why don't you ring me tomorrow?
All of these are examples of making a suggestion.
So I'd say why don't you ring me tomorrow?
I want you to ring me tomorrow.
I'll ring you tomorrow if you like
Hello Michelle.
Hello.
What are we going to talk about today?
Well, I've brought my calendar.
So we can talk about days in the future.
First let's review the days of the week.
You say them at home too.
Monday.
Tuesday.
Wednesday.
Thursday.
Friday.
Saturday.
Sunday.
Brenton, we need to make an appointment to discuss the program.
When can we meet?
When are you free?
But I'm free after this.
Um. No, I'm [...] today.
What about tomorrow?
I'm busy tomorrow. I'm working.
What about Wednesday?
I'm sorry. I'm going [...] Wednesday.
What about Saturday?
Oh, no. On Saturday I'm going to do the shopping.
Well we can't make this week.
What about next week?
Well I'm very busy next week but...
... I can see you on Monday.
Monday [...].
It's Monday today.
So I'll see you next Monday.
Next Monday, in a week's time.
And what time?
How about ten o'clock?
Okay. I'll see you at ten o'clock next Monday morning.
That was very difficult.
Let's look at how we talk about future days.
First today.
You would say "I'll see you today"...
... or "I'll see you later today".
If it was in the afternoon we could say 'I'll see you this afternoon'.
Or if it was in the evening 'I'll see you this evening'.
Let's say today is Monday.
If I can see you on Tuesday I would say...
... "I'll see you tomorrow".
If I can see you on Wednesday I could say...
... "I'll see you the day after tomorrow".
Or I could just say "I'll see you on Wednesday".
We use 'on' before the name of any day.
And notice how the days have a capital letter.
If our appointment is in the week we are in now...
... I would call it 'this week'.
But if it's next week than I say...
... "I'll see you next week".
The same goes for the month.
'This month' is the month that is happening now.
Next month is the month after.
Or the year - this year, next year.
And if I want to say a particular manth I use 'in'.
I'll see you in July.
I'll see you in December.
And when we say a particular time we use 'at'.
I'll see you at two o'clock.
I'll see you at half-past four.
But if we want to say how far in the future the appointment is we use 'in'.
I'll see you in ten minutes.
I'll see you in two hours.
I'll see you in a week.
I'll see you in a month.
It seems complicated Michelle.
Not really. We just have to remember whether to use 'on', 'at', or 'in'.
Next practice.
I'll say a time and you say...
... I'll see you on, at, or in that time.
You try one Brenton.
Okay.
A week.
I'll see you in a week.
Perfect.
Now you try at home.
A month.
I'll see you in a month.
Six o'clock.
I'll see you at six o'clock.
January.
I'll see you in January.
Thursday.
I'll see you on Thursday.
Two years.
I'll see you in two years.
This afternoon.
I'll see you this afternoon.
That was a trick one.
Remember we can also use 'this' before the words morning,
... afternoon,
... evening,
... week,
... month,
... or year.
We can say 'this year' or 'next year'.
This week or 'next week'.
And so on.
And that's about all we have today Brenton
But before we see the story again there's one thing that I don't understand.
What's that Michelle?
Let's watch the end of the clip.
I'll get my brother to pick you up.
No that's okay. I'll get a taxi.
Alright then.
That's settled.
Why does Sarah want her brother to pick Anne up?
Can't she walk?
No Michelle, he isn't really going to carry her.
To pick someone up is to give them a lift in your car.
Oh!
Are you going to pick me up for our meeting?
No.
Oh.
That's all we have time for today.
We'll see you next time when Anne goes to lunch at Sarah's house.
And we'll meet Sarah's brother.
Hope you can watch then.
And I'll see you on Monday.
At ten o'clock.
Goodbye.
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