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When I graduate, I’ll look for a job. When she will graduate, she’ll look for a job. Before she applies, she’ll visit schools. He’s going to work after he graduates. I won’t look for a job until I graduate. As soon as I am going to finish eating my chocolate, I will exercise. I’ll stay in school until I get a job. While I look for a job, I’ll go on studying. While he teaches, he is learning how to skydive. General rule: In the time clause, you use the __________________________ tense. In the main clause, you use the __________________________ tense. Write your own sentences using the following conjunctions: after: until: while: before: Answer Key Incorrect: 2.When she will graduates, she’ll look for a job. 6.As soon as I am going to finish eating my chocolate, I will exercise. 9.While he teaches, he is going to learn/will learn how to skydive. use simple present in the time clause and future simple (will or be going to) in the main clause
27 May 2015
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