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10. When I get there, before I leave, etc.

- Practice

A When I get there, before you leave, etc. (1-2)

Comment on the situations. Start each sentence with when and the Present Simple.

  • Claire: I have to call at the travel agency. I'm going to get some holiday brochures.

When Claire calls at the travel agency, she's going to get some holiday brochures.
1. Mark: I want to see the boss. I'm going to discuss my problem.
2. Rachel: I'm going to use the computer later. I'm going to send an e-mail.
3. Tom: I'm visiting David in hospital. I'm going to tell him about United's win.
4. Matthew: I'll be in town tomorrow. I might buy some new trainers.

B When I get there, before you leave, etc. (1-2)

Mark and Sarah are continuing the conversation in
10.1. Put in the verbs.
Use
will or the Present Simple.

Sarah: If
you take (you / take) a train, it’ll be (it / be) much more comfortable. If (1) ______ (you / need) a car, you can hire one when (2) _________ (you /get) to Glasgow.
Mark: If (3)________ (I / hire) a car, (4) _________(it/be) too complicated. I’d rather take my own.
Sarah: It's too dangerous. You might fall asleep on the motorway.
Mark: I won't fall asleep. I can play loud music. Anyway, (5) ____________ (I / get) there much quicker when (6) _________ (there /be) no traffic on the road. As soon as (7) _________ (I /arrive), (8) ________ (I /ring) you, I promise.
Sarah: (9) ___________ (I /be) worried until (10) ____________(I /hear) from you. But don't ring before (11) __________ (I / be) awake in the morning.
Mark: (12) ____________(I / lie) down for a couple of hours before (13) ___________(I / go).
Sarah: Good idea. (14) _________ (you / be) exhausted tomorrow if (15) ____________(you / not /get) some sleep this evening.

C Present Perfect and Continuous (3-4)

Join each pair of sentences using the word in brackets.

You can apply for a better job soon. But you need to have more experience first. (when)
You can apply for a better job soon when you’ve had more experience first.
I'm going to listen to this tape. I'll be travelling on the motorway tomorrow. (as)
I'm going to listen to this tape as I’m travelling on the motorway tomorrow.
1. You shouldn't decide now. You need to think about it first. (until)
2. I'll think of you next week. I'll be lying on the beach. (when)
3. We can leave in a minute. I need to pay the bill first. (as soon as)
4. We can discuss it later. We'll be sitting on the plane together. (while)
5. You can use the computer in a minute. I'll have finished with it soon. (when)

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