What Will Life Be Like In The 22nd Century?

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Lesson 2: Rise to the Challenge
The Future Perfect and Complex noun phrases

What will life be like in the 22nd century? Complete the sentences using WILL HAVE + PAST PARTICIPLE form: Example: By 2100, the world’s population will have increased (increase) 100%.

1. Our life ………………………………….. (become) easier by the help of house robots.
2. Computers …………………………………… (take over) most of the activities we normally do.
3. The earth’s supplies of oil, coal and gas ……………………………………… (run out).
4. …………………………………. (scientists / find) a way to live in a different planet?
5. How …………………… sport ………………………………….. (change)?
6. …………………………………… (we / find) a way to stop world hunger?
7. Human kind …………………………. (develop) new ways of interacting.
8. People……………………………
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By mid-century there will likely be 9 billion people on the planet. Although it sounds amazing there will only be two billion people more than we are today. Comparing to the 3 billion people who dwelled the planet at the beginning of the 20th century the growing population rate will have diminished significantly. In spite of this last fact humans will be consuming ever more resources and leading ever more technologically complex lives.
The majority of people will live in urban areas, but these areas won’t look as the cities as we know them. Megacities will have disappeared by the end of our century. Small urban areas, with small slaughter houses, small creameries and small regional food operations will be favored, and our health with it too. We will live longer than people from today. Urbanization trends will reinvent the education system, making our economy less real estate driven and the divisions between home and work will have been erased. Working and studying from home will make public buildings such as schools and offices disappear. More space for high raise apartments will be left and real-state location will have become unimportant, due to the lack of

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