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1. Ann and David got married on June 1st. By the 14th of June, they will for two weeks.
2. I came to class at 9 am. Now it's 10 am. By 11 am, I'll in this chair for two hours.
3. By the time we get to London, we'll for 4 hours.
4. When we finish the marathon, we'll 42 kilometres and we'll for 3 hours.
5. He's got married again! At this rate, he'll a dozen wives by the time he dies!
6. We started going out in September, so by March we'll out together for 6 months.
7. She started working here almost 25 years ago. By next week, she'll here for exactly 25 years.
8. By next year, we'll our car for 10 years!
9. In ten years' time, I'll my best friend for 30 years!
10. By the end of the term, we'll for three months and we'll two units.