The Eagle & the Jackdaw
Do not let your vanity make you overestimate your powers.
I /eat/ in a new restaurant tonight I/go/ to the doctor tomorrow
I/fly/ to Florida in August I/ study/ English in London in May
I/ go/ to a concert next Tuesday I/ see/ Jennifer this weekend
He/drive/across the Sahara (In May)
He/walk/across the Antarctic (In November)
He/fly/over the Amazon (In September)
He/climb/Mount Everest (In March)
He/sail/across the Pacific ( In July)
1. We use will with an infinitive (go, do, make, work etc):
Ne perdorim will me nje folje ne paskajore (shkoj, bej, pergatis, punoj etj):
· Nick will wait for you.
2. We use will for actions that we decide to do now, at the moment of speaking:
Ne perdorim will per veprime qe vendosim ti bejme tani, ne momentin qe flasim:
· The phone’s ringing.
· I will answer it.
A: What would you like to drink?
B: I’ll have a tea, please.
· We can use will for offers and promises:
Ne mund te perdorim will per oferta dhe premtime:
· I’ll hold your book for you. (offer)
· I won’t give up this time.
3. We use will to talk about things that we think or believe will happen in the future:
Ne perdorim will per te folur perreth gjerave qe mendojme ose besojme se do te ndodhin ne te ardhmen:
· I’m sure you’ll like her.
· I’m sure it won’t snow tomorrow. It’ll be another sunny day.
1. We use be going with to+ infinitive ( to cook, to take, to do, to snow etc:)
Ne perdorim be going me to + paskajoren ).
To + Infinitive
· It’s going to snow soon.
· Her father is going to come this afternoon.
· It isn’t going to snow today.
· What are you going to do on Monday?
2. We use be going to for actions that we have decided to do before we speak:
Ne perdorim be going to (do te) per veprime qe kemi vendosur ti bejme perpara se flasim.
· I’m going to do my homework this evening. ( I decided to do my homework this afternoon)
· We can ask questions about people’s plans:
Ne mund te bejme pyetje perreth planeve te njerezve:
· Are you going to take the six o’clock plane? (=have you decided to take the six o’clock plane?)
3. We use be going to for something that we expect to happen, because the situation now indicates that is going to happen:
Ne perdorim be going to per dicka qe ne presim te ndodhi, sepse situata regon se ajo do te ndodhi.
· She’s running towards the goal, and she’s going to score.