In the IELTS / Cambridge exams there is a 100% chance you will be asked a question about the future, most likely more than one. In the TOEFL it’s also reasonable to believe that you will be asked a question about the future.
A lot of canditates when talking about the future use “maybe” and “probably”, but it is a good chance to improve your range of both vocabulary and grammar.
First, watch an example of a student activating a range of structures. What structures can you hear?
Second, below are a series of questions about the future. Use the attached sheet here to improve your range of grammar and vocab when answering the questions.
If you want, make a link to a video you have done and post the link in the comments, I will have a look and give you feedback.
Personal Questions (IELTS part 1, CAE / CPE part 1)
Ask and answer the following questions……………
What will you be doing in 3/5/10 / 25 years’ time?
Where will you be living in 3/5/10 / 25 years’ time?
How many children / grandchildren will you have in 3/5/10 / 25 years’ time?
Will you do / be the following more or less in the future?……………………………………
e.g. “Will you read more or less in the future?” / “Will you be happier in the future?”
read / do dangerous things / dance / draw / donate money / write / trust people / watch movies / use technology / make presents by hand / look in the mirror / use public transport / drive a car / fly / use a phone / exercise / eat / go to concerts / travel / work / visit zoos / spend time with friends/ go to restaurants / visit libraries / sleep / go shopping / use electricity / go to cafes / study English / use English / read or watch the news / use paper / make speeches or presentations / go to parks / do gardening / use a computer / write sms’s / wake up early / play with children / lie on the beach / help elderly people / spend time in crowded places / sit in traffic jams / be happier / energetic / take photos / be late
General Questions (IELTS part 1, CAE / CPE part 1)
To make the questions suitable for Part 3 of the IELTS / CPE / CAE, just use “Do you think people will …. more or less in the future?”
e.g. “Do you think people will read more or less in the future?”
“Do you think people will dance more or less in the future?