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Making Predictions - Free Educational videos for Students in k-12


Making Predictions - By Smrt English



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00:03 we can use will or be going to to make
00:05 predictions about the future . Will , Will is used
00:09 for future fax or predictions in this meaning of will
00:12 . We're not talking about plans . For example ,
00:16 using will to express future fax . Those flowers won't
00:19 grow here because there isn't enough light . That's a
00:22 fact . You will have to get a license to
00:24 drive a car . That's a fact the plastic will
00:27 melt . If you put it in the oven in
00:30 the summer , the weather will be warm and beautiful
00:33 . In fact , these are all things that will
00:35 be fax or true in the future . When we
00:38 make predictions , we use will to express our opinion
00:41 as well . For example , I think I'll do
00:43 OK in my on my test opinion . Canada will
00:47 win gold in the Olympics opinion . She will love
00:50 that ring opinion . I don't think he'll like that
00:53 color opinion . In our opinion , these things will
00:56 be true in the future . Be going to we
01:00 use be going to to make predictions when we have
01:02 evidence that something is certain toe happen . Our predictions
01:06 based on a present fact , something that's true right
01:08 now , for example , it's going to rain soon
01:12 . The present factor evidence is that the clouds air
01:14 turning gray . My team is going to win .
01:17 The president factor evidence is that the score is already
01:20 30 I think she isn't going to work tomorrow .
01:24 The president factor evidence is that she's sick in bed
01:26 today , of course , sometimes both ways to say
01:29 predictions are correct in English , for example , this
01:32 table is going to look amazing in our house .
01:35 This is because it's beautiful . The fact or this
01:38 table will look amazing in our house . This is
01:41 because this is my opinion .
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DESCRIPTION:

Geoff explains how to express predictions.

OVERVIEW:

Making Predictions is a free educational video by Smrt English.It helps students in grades 4 practice the following standards L.4.1.f.

This page not only allows students and teachers view Making Predictions but also find engaging Sample Questions, Apps, Pins, Worksheets, Books related to the following topics.

1. L.4.1.f : Produce complete sentences, recognizing and correcting inappropriate fragments and run-ons.*.


GRADES:

4


STANDARDS:

L.4.1.f

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