How do you talk about your future plan?
We use the present continuous tense to talk about things that we are presently considering.
- “I’m thinking of going to …”
- “We’re planning to go to…”
- “He’s hoping to go to…”
- “I’m toying with / playing with the idea of…”
- “We’ve decided to go to Greece.”
- “We’ve settled on Spain, after all.”
How can I express my future plans in English?
- Will. We use will to talk about a decision made at the time you are speaking.
- Going to. We use going to when we talk about plans decided before the time we are talking about them.
- Present continuous. We usually use the present continuous when the plan is an arrangement with someone else.
Will future plans examples?
The Future With Will
- I think I’ll go to that party next week.
- The economy will get better soon.
- Yes, I will marry you.
How do you plan for your future?
Here are some strategies to help young professionals take charge of their financial future:
- Make a plan.
- Share your goals.
- Set resolutions.
- Take small steps forward.
- Be patient.
- Think realistically.
- Don’t be afraid to take a few risks.
What is your future plans best answer?
I am very open to whatever opportunities the future may hold, especially within this company. I pride myself in being flexible and adaptable. I think the best way of planning for the future is to make the most of the present. I applied for this job because it is a perfect fit with my interests and skill set.
What are your future goals best answer?
“Since I’m new to this industry, I hope to gain valuable insight and experience that will help me in the future. I plan to build on the skills I learn in this job and develop a clear picture of where I see myself professionally over several years working with the company.”
What is future plan?
Future or anticipatory planning means making longer-term plans for a cared-for individual for when you can no longer provide care because of: illness.