Hello Beryl, I got these sentences from an exercise on future tense in which i am supposed to find the mistake in the sentences and correct it. To be honest, I have no idea whats wrong with them. Both of them sort of sound reasonable to me. Do you see anything wrong with them?
I don't see anything wrong with the second one (other than that "space rocket" sounds like something a small child would say). The problem I see with the first one is not in the tense of the verb. Hint: Are you sure the lesson isn't about time expressions?
Beryl, The photo i took was straight, Clear and about 3 MG in size. After i uploaded it , It was rotated , blurry and about 32kb or so. So i am not sure what i can do.. You can probably right click it , save it as an image and then rotate it in windows photo viewer.
As for Myridon. The instructions of the exercise basically says : Find the mistake in the following sentences then re-write them correctly. As for the title of the lesson. The lesson is basically divided into two parts. Vocabulary ( Includes the Prepositions or adverbs that you saw) And Grammar. The Grammar part of this lesson is the Future tense. And since these 2 sentences seem correct in the term of words. I concluded that were was something wrong with the tense of the verb.
A thing worth noting though is that this is a long exercise. There was about 120 sentences to correct. If you guys see nothing wrong with the 2 sentences then Maybe these 2 are actually right but were mistakenly written in there. Not sure.