Write about your life ten years from now (100 words). Remember to use Relative Clauses, Future Forms. You should tell :
- Where you will live
- How the place where you live will change
- Describe your study or work
- Family life
- Your friends
I myself sometimes wonder how my life will change after ten years. It is such a long time that everything will certainly change a lot.
The most important change is that I will almost certainly get my qualifications after studying abroad nearly ten years. Consequently, I will start running my own business in Viet Nam. Furthermore, I will probably live in a luxury house which will be surrounded by a very lovely private garden with green grass, roses and a small botanic garden. However, I definitely won't have enough time for my family and friends. At any rate, I will try my best to spare time for them at weekends.
In conclusion, I hope that my life in the future will be more comfortable.
I don’t like thinking too much about the future, I’ve always been one to worry. Despite all the what-ifs that go through my head on the daily, I try to remember that there are certain things that I can control and many things that I can’t. I am learning how to focus on those things I can control in order to create a successful life for myself.
In ten years from now I will be 28 years old and everything else is just a fantasy. I plan on finishing two years of pre-requisite classes at Kirkwood and then continuing on to Mount Mercy University to study nursing and earn my BSN (Bachelors in Nursing). I will be finished with school so with that being said I see myself as a nurse working in a hospital, that is if I don’t change my major five times before I graduate.
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By almost 30, I hope that I will be close to married and preparing myself to start a family. I’m not sure how many kids I plan on having, but probably no more than three. I plan on being financially comfortable which includes owning my own car and home. I know through out my life I will always continue to be close with my family, so I’m hoping that I always live in close distance of my parents and my sister.
When it comes to planning out ten years from now I feel as though I have a good grasp on which road I’ll be going down, but that road could be going many different directions. I plan on taking it one day at a time, and hopefully with that strategy by the time I’m 28 I will be a very happy woman.