AFTER / BEFORE / AS SOON AS / WHEN / WHILE / IF / UNLESS / UNTIL
PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE
John will go home after he finishes work.
I’ll quit the job if they don’t increase my salary.
She’ll read the contract again before she signs it.
We’ll transfer the money as soon as we receive the products.
I’ll give Frederick the money when I see him tomorrow.
I’ll wait here while you do your holiday shopping.
Don’t tell her anything until I arrive.
I’ll buy some chocolate when I go shopping.(I know I’m going to go shopping)
I’ll buy some chocolate if I go shopping. (I don’t know whether I’ll go shopping or not)
Put the verbs in correct form (Present or Future)
- If you (come) ______ to the afterwork party this evening, you (meet) ______ Jeremy.
- The government (have) ______ to introduce tax reforms before it (be) ______ too late.
- Don’t leave the office until I (call) _____ you.
- Could you give Jack my regards when you (see) _____ him.
- I (buy) ____ that house in Barcelona as soon as I (get) ____ a response from my bank.
- If they don’t make a profit, they (have) _______ to close the company.
- Mr. McIntyre (call) _______ you after he (get) _______ home.
- Check the figures before you (send) ________ the email.
1) come / ‘ll meet
2) will have to / is
5) ‘ll buy / get
6) ‘ll have to
7) will call / gets