Using the Future Perfect Tense
This resource will help your students use the future perfect tense, write the future perfect form of verbs and show willingness in doing assigned task well
A. Preparatory Activities
Do we remember our lost loved ones every year? What do we call this special day for them? How do we show our love for them
2. Unlocking of Difficulties
a. To carry out what has been planned means to accomplish it.
b. To wind up a piece of work is to finish it completely.
c. I’d rather is an idiom which means I prefer.
d. To put away something is to store it or set it aside.
e. To count on someone is to rely on him.