Future Tenses: With Time Clauses


When we describe events and actions expected to take place in the future, we use future tenses. Remember we have future simple, future progressive and future perfect tenses. Don't forget when we have time clauses, the verb in the time clause is usually in the present tense not in the future tense.
Read the paragraphs below and supply the correct forms of the verbs. Simple form of the verb is given in brackets, write the correct form in the blank. Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers.

1. What I expect to happen in the next 10 years of my life is as follows:
After I (graduate) from this school, I think, I (take) a long holiday and travel in Europe. When I (start) work, I (not/have) much time for myself. Therefore, I (want) to see Europe before I (start) work. I (go) to England, France, Spain and Italy. If you (take) a Eurorail ticket, you can travel inexpensively. So I (not/have to/spend) too much for my travel expenses. After I (come) back to Turkey, I (start) looking for a job. I (accept) a job that fits my life style expectations. I (not/want) to work long hours.